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MASSIVE X synth arrives; here's what makes it special - CDM Create Digital Music
"Make uniquely playable instruments. NI have added a number of tools for tracking input from performance, as in velocity, and then scaling and mapping that where you like. This means you can make sounds like instruments, and ‘play’ a lot of that sonic depth live. (There are four Tracker modules to accomplish this.)"

I doubt i'll ever use this but, being able to map nonlinear range to a few control, is one of the things that makes the OP1 pretty cool to mess with, this is an idea to keep an eye on.
software  synthesis  music  synth 
13 days ago by ssam
Grainstation-C is a free granular tool with ambisonics, and an album to match - CDM Create Digital Music
"It started as an artist tool, but it could become yours, as well. Grainstation-C is a free and open source sound creation workstation that’s playable live and supports ambisonic spatial sound. And the music its creators makes is ethereal and wonderful.

Micah Frank, noted sound designer and toolmaker as well as composer/musician, produced Grainstation-C for his own work but has expanded it to an open source offering for everybody. I’ve been waiting for this one for a while, and I think it could appeal both to people looking for a unique tool as well as those wanting to learn a bit more about granular sound in Csound."
music  ambient  granular  synthesis  software  open  source 
13 days ago by ssam
A Futures-Design-Process Model for Participatory Futures * Journal of Futures Studies
“A Futures-Design-Process Model for Participatory Futures” — Stefanie A. Ollenburg
design  process  loop  future  futures  loops  feedback  synthesis 
4 weeks ago by adrianh
Dan Stowell on Twitter: "An article I handled as editor has been published today in @PeerJCompSci: "Sample-level sound synthesis with recurrent neural networks and conceptors" https://t.co/hIGofAub4B - well done @luuma, and my thanks to the reviewers"
An article I handled as editor has been published today in @PeerJCompSci: "Sample-level sound synthesis with recurrent neural networks and conceptors" ªªhttps://peerj.com/articles/cs-205 ºº - well done @luuma, and my thanks to the reviewers
dan  stowell  ed  "Sample-level  sound  synthesis  with  recurrent  neural  networks  and  conceptors" 
5 weeks ago by gdw

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