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A graphical real-time open-source sequencer for digital art

A graphical real-time open-source sequencer for digital art

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Dehumaniser Dehumaniser is a prototype application that transforms voice into monster sounds in real time. It has already been used from acknowledged sound professionals in feature films and video games. The new version is now ready! you can visit www.dehumaniser.com for more information. Dehumaniser short demonstration

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SoX SoX − Sound eXchange, the Swiss Army knife of audio manipulation sox [global-options] [format-options] infile1 play [global-options] [format-options] infile1 FlowStone FlowStone uses a combination of graphical and text based programming. Applications are programmed by linking together functional building blocks called components. Events and data then flow between the links as the application executes. Links to Modular Softsynths The plugins don't do anything by themselves - you need an application that can load and run them - a LADSPA host. AlsaModularSynth (AMS) This is a faithful emulation of old analogue modular synthesisers such as those manufactured by Moog, ARP, Oberheim and others in the 60s and 70s. It follows the CV (Control Voltage) convention used by these. As some of the BLOP plugins use Hz as a unit of frequency, it requires a little jiggery pokery to use them with AMS - you'll need to use the Frequency Modulator plugin to convert AMS‘ CV values to Hz. Here is a simple example patch for AMS.

Geometry, Textures & Shaders with Processing - Tutorial by @AmnonOwed As the title suggests, I’ll be covering a lot of ground in this blog post. My intention is to describe and show practical examples of a number of crucial building blocks for 2D/3D projects. In that sense the tutorial is more a general reference, rather than a step-by-step towards a singular end-result. All of the shared code examples are fully commented, so reading them will tell you what each line of code does. This makes it easier to understand and adapt sketches yourself. In this tutorial I’ll start with the basics, creating custom geometry in two dimensions.

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