In this session we’ll look into the theory behind specral analysis and processing, the use of windowing and overlapping, and study some applications for real-time sound analysis and processing.
Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe. The Phase Vocoder – Part I
Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe. The Phase Vocoder – Part II
Smith, J.O. Mathematics of the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) with Audio Applications, Second Edition, http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/mdft/, 2007, online book.
Miller Puckette: The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music, Chapter 9: Fourier analysis and resynthesis, http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/techniques/latest/book-html/, online book.
Gareth Loy. Musicmathics. The Mathematical Foundations of Music. Volume 2. Chapter 2 & 3. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2007.
Curtis Roads. The Computer Music Tutorial, Appenxix: Fourier Analysis, Pp. 1071-1112. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996.
loadbang is a series or regular meetings for artists and students working on real-time based prosessing of media using software such as Max:“http://www.cycling74.com”, SuperCollider and Pd. We will meet twice a month to discuss a number of advanced topics. The participants will be encouraged to propose topics for upcomming meetings as well as to present and discuss their own projects, so that we can focus not only on technical issues but also the artitsic use of the software.
loadbang is a collaboration between BEK and Bergen National Academy of the Arts, with support from the Norwegian Art Council and The Municipality of Bergen. Meetings take place at BEK, C. Sundtsgt. 55, top floor.