Inspired by musique concrète pioneers of the past several decades, Ember harnesses modern digital algorithms, with classic splicing techniques, to create dense and evolving soundscapes… Read More New Open Source Microsound Resynthesizer
The Instruo Arbhar is a module that’s designed for processing, mangling, and transforming audio into new sounds.… Read More Granular Synthesis In Eurorack With The Instruo Arbhar
The Tape & Microsound Music Machine is a complete Eurorack modular synthesizer, featuring modules selected with an emphasis on audio manipulation.… Read More Musique Concrète Using MakeNoise’s Tape & Microsound Music Machine
The Tape and Microsound Music Machine is a small stereo Eurorack system, devoted to ‘capturing external sounds and sculpting them into new ones’.… Read More Make Noise Tape & Microsound Music Machine
Canadian synthesis software developers Applied Acoustics Systems (AAS) has released the Microsound Textures sound bank for the Chromaphone creative percussion synthesizer and AAS Player plug-ins in collaboration with artist and sound designer Richard Devine. Microsound Textures joins Cardinals and KitNetix as the third title in Chromaphone’s Sound Bank Series expansion line.
This is a short demonstration of Granita, a minimalist granular synthesis patch for Pd (Pure Data) mainly for working on pre-existing recordings. It is in development, but fully functional. Most of the workings of the patch were inspired by reading Microsound by Curtis Roads. via Lorenzo Sutton
Curtis Roads is a composer, author and computer programmer specializing in granular and pulsar synthesis. He co-founded the International Computer Music Association in 1980 and edited the Computer Music Journal for over 23 years. He has created software including PulsarGenerator and the Creatovox, both with Alberto de Campo. In this series of interviews, Roads talks… Read More Curtis Roads And The Secrets Of Granular Synthesis