Modular Diary – 099

A few days ago I started experimenting with using Mark Boyd’s 1D Chaos Module to generate small pitch fluctuations. However, since Audulus very conveniently takes care of polyphony behind the scenes, I realized that fluctuations applied to a held chord, for example, would effect all the notes in parallel. I started experimenting a little with splitting the incoming notes into individual voices, each with their own pitch and amplitude fluctuations. There are still some things to figured out with the envelopes, but it’s a start – fun for creating sustained drone-like textures along the lines of the Hyve.

Modular Diary – 099: A few days ago I started experimenting with using Mark Boyd’s 1D Chaos Module to generate small pitch fluctuations. However, since @Audulus very conveniently takes care of polyphony behind the scenes, I realized that fluctuations… rdgr.me/u/f54z9c

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


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