In the World of Grains – Part 7

In the World of Grains – Part 7

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Here we have to differentiate between at least 2 levels of organisation: the (single) grain level, and the level of clusters of grains (sometimes called “events”, sometimes called “molecules”).

On the level of a single grain there are only three basic parameters:

The Modules of the Vintage ARP 2500 – Part 10

The Modules of the Vintage ARP 2500 – Part 10

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In my last article I took a patch from the original ARP 2500 vintage modular synthesizer, analysed it and transferred it to Cherry Audio´s Voltage Modular. Today I´m walking the line in the opposite direction. I start with a brass-like patch at Voltage modular, explain the goings on and transfer it to the “switch” version of the original ARP 2500 (the software emulation G2500). Let´s go!

Thoughts on Generative Music - Part 10

Thoughts on Generative Music - Part 10

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Chapter 3.3:

Specific Compositional Techniques

Thoughts on Semi-Modular Synths vs. Eurorack – Part 9

Thoughts on Semi-Modular Synths vs. Eurorack – Part 9

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Chapter 5: Special Technical Aspects

In this temporarily last chapter (chapter 6 will follow in some weeks, but not at once) I´m going to talk about some general technical aspects, which speak – unfortunately – mainlyagainst semi modular setups.

In the World of Grains – Part 5

In the World of Grains – Part 5

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… and some more comnputer languages to be used to code granular synthesis, granular sound processing and granular sound design:

OpenMusic

To say it at once: OpenMusic is not mainly meant to manipulate sound. It is not a dedicated sound processing programming environment. Its main purpose is coding compositions, working with notes and notations and manipulating scores.

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