Re: marbles


Subject: Re: marbles
From: Rick Nance (rnance@dmu.ac.uk)
Date: Mon Nov 08 2004 - 07:29:36 EST


looked over the Apple ad for Sculpture. Could be a nice and easy answer
to a few problems. Only the mp3s to go on though.

They should seriously consider adding your marble to their examples of
sounds. It's very nice.
Their's seem to be abundant with cheese.

;)
r!k

Ned Bouhalassa wrote:

> Here's an example of a marble that goes from a nylon to a wooden, then a
> glass to a steel-like timbre. I used the new Logic Pro physical
> modelling synth called Sculpture. No samples, just a Karplus-Strong-like
> string being excited:
>
> http://nedfx.com/TemporaryAudio/Marble.mp3
>
> More on Scultpure here: http://www.apple.com/logic/sculpture.html
>
> Ned
>
> On Nov 8, 2004, at 1:08, J. Simon van der Walt wrote:
>
>>> I am looking for electroacoustic pieces based on the sounds of
>>> marbles. Are
>>> there any pieces like this that I can listen to?
>>
>>
>> I got the marbles nearly a year ago, but I haven't got around to
>> making the
>> piece yet! Just out of interest, how would one go about *synthesising*
>> the
>> sound of a rolling marble?
>>
>>
>> --
>> J. Simon van der Walt ----- Composer
>> <http://www.jsimonvanderwalt.com>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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