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The noise of morphons and bions

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posted on 2013-12-16, 14:33 authored by Kerry L Hagan
Morphons and Bions is a real-time, computer-generated work that uses white noise as the fundamental synthesis component combined with classical synthesis techniques. Random and stochastic processes control the synthesis parameters. This approach creates sounds evocative of living mechanisms. The sonic mechanisms can metamorphose between noisy, engine-like sounds to pitched, chatter-like sounds. This paper details the concepts behind the sound synthesis, as well as showing the random processes controlling the synthesis. A brief discussion follows of the philosophy of the work.

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International Computer Music Conference;

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