Am 25.02.2011 10:07, schrieb Cedric Roux:
Completely working though maybe not much more than a first step towards
a patch for Alsa Modular Synth that sounds quite a bit like a cello.
Please take into consideration, that I do not believe in synths that
emulate real instruments. It is a synth clearly recognizable as a synth
that has some charakteristics that give it the feel of a cello-sound.
There are some more experiments like this in the directory:
I do not know any method that could make ams recognize the difference
But there is hope: the most simple way to have an up/downstroke
separation would be 2 instances of ams with properly tweaked patches.
> to a synthesizer (or whatever) and have some audio
OK, now I get it: you want a cello played like a teremin.
This one is easy once you have the movements as
Anyway you do not really need notes. It should be only one Note that
triggers the sound regardless to pitch. Velocity and/or volume raising
from left to right should not be that hard to achieve.
The other hand could control the pitch-parameter.
I do not know how you would create the messages-data from the
camera-pictures. But I can tell that it is a piece-of-cake operation to
bind them to parameters in AMS once you have them.
good luck an dkeep us up to date :-)
> Visual data sampled
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