Tag Archives: OpenSoundControl

Introduction to the CIRMMT Live Electronics Framework

Today we reviewed some of the most popular signal processing techniques used in live-electronics music repertoire. These included: delays (tap/feedback delays) flanger, chorus, phaser reverberation filtering (IIR/FIR also sometimes referred to as resonant vs fft) modulation (AM, FM, Ringmodulation) pitch shifting and harmonization Convolution, Cross-synthesis phase vocoding (time-stretching and freezing of sounds) We also listened […]

MVC, OSC, Message Busses and Sound Types

This week we talked about Software Design Patterns, such as the Model-View-Controller pattern. We then discussed the advantages of using a shared bus messaging system rather than individual send/receive objects and addresses, for its hierarchical structure and flexibility of being able to communicate to any module just by specifying its address. To further improve our messaging system we […]