This video, via Christopher Konopka, is a sneak preview – or at least a teaser – of Boulanger Labs’ csSpectral for iPad.
csSpectral is an audio processing app for vocoding, convolution, and spectral processing. It’s based on Csound – a programming language optimized for sound processing.
Boulanger Labs has previously released csGrain, a real-time audio processort for iOS, also based on Csound.
In this demo, Takahiko Tsuchiya (Lead Sound Designer) plays violin and Paul Batchelor (SpectralEQ Designer) plays Upright Bass. Their instruments are being processed by Christopher Konopka (Sound/Layout Designer) using csSpectral for real-time acoustic processing and spectral mutation.
Additional details are still to be announced.
via Boulanger Labs