Convolution, resonance and data sonification


Subject: Convolution, resonance and data sonification
From: Phil Thomson (philthom@freeshell.org)
Date: Fri Oct 15 2004 - 13:20:13 EDT


Hi,

A request for assistance:

I am looking for names of pieces that use the following techniques:

convolution (especially in the sense of cross-synthesis and less as the
simulation of reverberation)

resonation (the use of resonators or resonant filters to draw out particular
frequencies in a signal; Barry Truax's work since about 1995 makes extensive
use of similar techniques)

data sonification (in the sense of converting arbitrary data files (image,
text, video) into sound by means of file format hacking; i.e., data-bending)

Please reply offlist.

P

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