MATRIXSYNTH: Physical 3D Audio Wavetable & The Sound of the Moon


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Physical 3D Audio Wavetable & The Sound of the Moon


Physical 3D Audio Wavetable from a guy called tom on Vimeo.

"An experiment of scanning a 3D printed physical wavetable for wavetable synthesis. A line-laser is used to scan the waveform via the camera on an iphone. Sound synthesis is written in openframeworks using the tonic audio library."


The sound of the moon from a guy called tom on Vimeo.

This is how the moon sounds - an experiment of using a camera image for wavetable audio synthesis. The image is interpreted as a heightmap and used to synthesize a waveform using openframeworks / tonic audio.

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