Alex McLean

Making music with text

First vocable output from a waveguide membrane

by Alex on March 31, 2008

Very early stuff but a rendering of the vocable word sebosebesusasobesebosebasusasobesebosebesusasobesobosebesusasobesebosebesusasobesebosebasusasobesebosebesusasobesobosebesusasobe is here.

(any website layout breakage is intentional)

The percussive beat you hear in the background is the excitation of the mesh, bursts of pink noise from the ‘b’s and white noise from the ‘s’s.  The vowels control the ‘tension’ of the mesh.

The waveguide mesh ugen mentioned in my previous post and used here is now in sc3-plugins.

          

2 thoughts on “First vocable output from a waveguide membrane

  1. dave says:

    nice. is this going to get a test drive on friday?

  2. Alex says:

    Hm, yeah why not :)

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