Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?

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To: shane richards <shanerich@...>
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Date: Monday, March 30, 2009 - 10:44 pm

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hi shane,
i've done a python script to do some morphing using wavelet decomposition of
two sounds.
it was done for experimental pourposes and i liked its results very much.
you have to tweek the script a little bit to use your samples.

actually substititute s1 and s2 by your samples with
sf= A..sndfile("sound1.xxx")
s1=sf.read_frames(sf.get_nframes())

and match their sizes with zeros or with wavelet coefficients already on
decomposition step.

note that it outputs different morphs of the two sounds. and that you can
remove the import pylab statement from the header as the script is not using
it. its here:
http://trac.assembla.com/audioexperiments/browser/pya/morph.py

hip-hip-hurray,
renato

2009/3/30 shane richards

> I've been trying to do some sound morphs between two different hits of a

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hi shane,
i've done a python script to do some morphing using wavelet decompositi=
on of two sounds.
it was done for experimental pourposes and i liked its results very
much. you have to tweek the script a little bit to use your samples.

actually substititute s1 and s2 by your samples with
sf=3D A..sndfile("sound1.xxx")
s1=3Dsf.read_frames(sf.get_nframes())
and match their sizes with zeros or with wavelet coefficients already on de=
composition step.

note that it outputs different morphs of the two sounds. and that you
can remove the import pylab statement from the header as the script is
not using it. its here:http://trac.assembla.com/audioexperiments/browse=
r/pya/morph.py

hip-hip-hurray,
renato2009/3/30 shane richards <shanerich@email.com=

I've been trying to do some sound morphs between two different hits of =
a snare drum, one rimshot and the other a plain hit.
I tried using SMSTools, and even some windows programs under wine, but the =
results always seem to sound more like hitting a bucket full of water than =
a combination of the two drums.
I tried csdrummer, but only get a horrible scratchy noise from it.
I looked at Loris...the python-based example that comes with it seems horri=
fically complicated.

Maybe someone with a knowledge of Csound/Loris could be kind enough to help=
with a simple script? Or a step-by-step how to achieve this with Cecilia?<=
br>

Are there any other programs I could try?

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[LAU] Easy sound morphing?, shane richards, (Mon Mar 30, 10:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Dan S, (Tue Mar 31, 6:52 pm)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Michal Seta, (Sat Apr 4, 12:19 am)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Renato Fabbri, (Tue Mar 31, 8:28 pm)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Renato Fabbri, (Tue Mar 31, 8:33 pm)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Renato Fabbri, (Mon Mar 30, 10:44 pm)
Re: [LAU] Easy sound morphing?, Renato Fabbri, (Mon Mar 30, 10:39 pm)