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Musical Applications of New Filter Extensions to Max/MSP

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1999
T. Jehan, Freed, A., and Dudas, R., Musical Applications of New Filter Extensions to Max/MSP, in International Computer Music Conference, Beijing, China, 1999, pp. 504-507.

Musical Applications of New Filter Extensions to
Max/MSP

Tristan Jehan, Adrian Freed, Richard Dudas

CNMAT, UC Berkeley, 1750 Arch Street, Berkeley, CA 94709

(510) 643 9990 {tristan,adrian,dudas}@cnmat.berkeley.edu

 

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Second-order recursive oscillators for musical additive synthesis

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1999
T. Hodes and Freed, A., Second-order recursive oscillators for musical additive synthesis, in International Computer Music Conference, Beijing, China, 1999, pp. 74-77.

Second-order Recursive Oscillators for Musical Additive
Synthesis Applications on SIMD and VLIW Processors

Todd Hodes, Adrian Freed

Computer Science Division
University of California, Berkeley
hodes@cs.berkeley.edu

Center for New Music and Audio
Technologies
University of California, Berkeley
adrian@cnmat.berkeley.edu

 

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Communication of Musical Gesture using the AES/EBU Digital Audio Standard

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1998
A. Freed and Wessel, D., Communication of Musical Gesture using the AES/EBU Digital Audio Standard, in International Computer Music Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1998, pp. 220-223.

Communication of Musical Gesture using the AES/EBU
Digital Audio Standard

Adrian Freed and David Wessel

CNMAT, 1750 Arch Street, Berkeley, CA 94709

(510) 643 9990, {adrian,wessel}@cnmat.berkeley.edu

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Let's Develop a Common Language for Synth Programming

Posted by Yotam Mann on August 1, 1991
D. Wessel, Let's Develop a Common Language for Synth Programming, Electronic Musician. 1991.

Let's Develop a Common Language for Synth Programming

The time has come to establish synthesizer standards that go beyond MIDI

David Wessel

These pages have seen considerable discussion of the
programming (and non-programming) of synthesizers. The sad truth
is, many musicians never go beyond the factory presets. But there
are many synth programmers who strive for new sounds with more
expressive control.

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DSP driver software for performance-oriented music synthesis systems

Posted by Yotam Mann on April 16, 1990
A. Freed and Gordon, K., DSP driver software for performance-oriented music synthesis systems, in International Computer Music Conference, Glasgow, UK, 1990, pp. 79-81.

DSP Driver Software for Performance-Oriented Music
Synthesis Systems

Adrian Freed, Keith Gordon
Center for New Music and Audio Technologies, Department of Music
1750 Arch Street, Berkeley, CA 94709
adrian@cnmat.berkeley.edu

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A Digital Signal Multiprocessor and its Musical Application

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1989
J. - B. Barrire, Baisnee, P. - F., Freed, A., and Baudot, M. - D., A Digital Signal Multiprocessor and its Musical Application, in 15th International Computer Music Conference, Ohio State University, 1989, pp. 17-20.

A Digital Signal Multiprocessor and its Musical
Application

Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Adrian Freed, Pierre-François Baisnée, Marie-Dominique Baudot

IRCAM, CNMAT

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Volumetric Visualization of Acoustic Fields in CNMAT's Sound Spatialization Theatre

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1998
S. Khoury, Freed, A., and Wessel, D., Volumetric Visualization of Acoustic Fields in CNMAT's Sound Spatialization Theatre, in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Visualization 98, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1998, pp. 439-442 and 562.

Volumetric Modeling of Acoustic Fields in CNMAT's Sound
Spatialization Theatre

Sami Khoury, Adrian Freed, David Wessel

Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT)

Abstract

A new tool for real-time visualization of acoustic sound
fields has been developed for a new sound spatialization theatre.
The theatre is described and several applications of the acoustic
and volumetric modeling software are presented.

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Synthesis and control of hundreds of sinusoidal partials on a desktop computer without custom hardware

Posted by Yotam Mann on April 16, 1993
A. Freed, Rodet, X., and Depalle, P., Synthesis and control of hundreds of sinusoidal partials on a desktop computer without custom hardware, in Fourth International Conference on Signal Processing Applications and Technology, Santa Clara, CA, 1993, vol. 2, pp. 1024-30.

Synthesis and Control of Hundreds of Sinusoidal Partials on a
Desktop Computer without Custom Hardware

A. Freed, X. Rodet, Ph. Depalle

CNMAT, IRCAM

Publication

Conductor Follower

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1995
B. Brecht and Garnett, G., Conductor Follower, in International Computer Music Conference, Banff, Canada, 1995, pp. 185-186.

An Adaptive Conductor
Follower

Michael Lee, Guy Garnett, David Wessel

  1. An
    Adaptive Conductor Follower
  2. Conducting
  3. Conductor
    Follower and Musical Instrument Control
  4. Neural
    Networks for Conductor Following
  5. Neural
    Networks for Tempo Tracking
  6. Figure
    1. System Architecture
  7. Figure
    2. Musician ArchitectureTraining
  8. Conclusions

Introduction

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Performance, Synthesis and Control of Additive Synthesis on a Desktop Computer Using FFT-1

Posted by Yotam Mann on December 31, 1993
A. Freed, Rodet, X., and Depalle, P., Performance, Synthesis and Control of Additive Synthesis on a Desktop Computer Using FFT-1, in International Computer Music Conference, Waseda University, 1993, vol. 19, pp. 98-101.

Performance, Synthesis and Control of Additive
Synthesis on a Desktop Computer using FFT-1

A. Freed, X. Rodet, Ph. Depalle

CNMAT, IRCAM

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