Modular Diary – 095

Mark Boyd (biminiroad) recently teased a little strange attractor on Twitter – and presented it in full detail as part of the Audulus Tutorial Livestream on Chaos & 3D Modules. “A chaotic signal is not a random signal” as Rob Hordijk pointed out in his Leeds Rungler Demo. The tutorial goes on to explain how those chaotic signals can be used to trace paths through a 3D cube that can be applied to mixing, sequencing, and modulation.

It’s a wonderful tutorial covering a lot of material. For now I’m content to let some of the strange attractor chaos sink in – wondering how it might be applied as a modern approach to introducing slight fluctuations with digital oscillators, rather than simply modelling analogue drift.

Modular Diary – 095: Mark Boyd (biminiroad) recently teased a little #strangeattractor on Twitter – and presented it in full detail as part of the @Audulus Tutorial Livestream on Chaos & 3D Modules. “A chaotic signal is not a random signal” … rdgr.me/u/1fxamte

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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