I received a follow up from Joe White at RJDJ regarding a Pure Data midi note solution I posted about previously:
I saw your blog post about handling midi note data in pure data – http://kemptonmooney.com/2010/09/pure-data-midi-note-off-solution/
I realise this was a while ago for you but I’ve been constantly running into the same problem. I like [...]
Last night I had a little down time after a visit from my cousin, and decided to create a synthesizer using pure data. I put together an additive synth using two wave generators. There are various controllers for wave form (including a table option where you can draw the wave form), how the waves [...]
The new synth is up and running. Designed with Pure Data, it is monophonic and uses two oscillators with choices for a variety of wave forms. It also has a like flanger, with feedback and delay. It is based on a Casio CZ emulator I came across a few years back. A fun little [...]
I created a public page for my recent experiments in feedback and tapelooping. Here is the link:
Tonight I decided to give writing a break and experimented with some audio, looping some drums through a feedback network and a couple of tape delays. Here is the result:
Over the holidays I put together a cd for my parents of audio projects I have worked on in the past year that would not hurt their ears (ie no booming drums and hip hop/house basslines). Since I had already aggregated them together, I thought I would toss them online.
Here’s the external link
I have posted a few new tracks that I have been playing with on a page. Here is a link:
Post Modern Music
The pieces are fairly minimal, containing only a few elements and organically move through different permutations of variables such as timbre or tonal pattern. They are a growth from the series of pieces I [...]
I made a standalone page for the download of Modern Music located here:
Here’s a compilation of some ideas I have been playing with. Not sure if they are ready for prime time yet, but they are starting to feel a little solid. Some are older ideas with a new context added. Enjoy.
Here’s a sampler built in Pure Data. It allows for the playing of two samples at a time, and multiple effects can be applied to each sample individually. Fun for messing around with, and for performing.