MATRIXSYNTH: Auraglyph | Demo_1: Basic FM + Filters

Friday, September 02, 2016

Auraglyph | Demo_1: Basic FM + Filters

Published on Sep 1, 2016 Spencer Salazar

Spotted this one on discchord.

"Auraglyph: Handwritten Computer Music Composition and Design

Coming soon

This demo shows usage of Auraglyph to create a variety of FM drones using basic oscillators and filters. Audio frequency oscillators are used for synthesis and modulation, with LFOs also providing modulation.

Auraglyph is an audio software programming, composition, and design system for iPad in which processing structures are created with stylus and multitouch input. Via stylus input, users draw a variety of audio and control nodes and the interconnections between them. These nodes are further parameterized by modal handwritten input, from simple numerals to time- and frequency-domain signals. Machine learning-based handwriting recognition is used to analyze the user’s stylus strokes, affording a rich vocabulary of symbolic input. Additional nodes are planned for creating conventional input/output interfaces, such as on-screen knobs and sliders and MIDI I/O."

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