trogluddite wrote:This could be great for any kind of 'generative' music or modulation, with a GUI based on 'physical' objects that you can wobble and throw.
mwvdlee wrote:trogluddite wrote:This could be great for any kind of 'generative' music or modulation, with a GUI based on 'physical' objects that you can wobble and throw.
Shouldn't be that hard to convert coordinates to sound:
philter5 wrote:OMG mwvdlee you´re a genius that is so f**king cool!!! imagine this control added to a theremin -style instrument
to display the portamento or something like this
stw wrote:Here's a first approach based on AMs quad formant filter. No optimizations included.
Maybe it's time to place the thread inside the examples forum?
Jay wrote:22% in task manager and 25% in SM on the XP, Core 2, 3gigs ram machine i am sitting at now!
stw wrote:This thing is really crazy. Wild updates mwvdlee!
Here comes the next version. Swing and Damp are available on the front panel. Additionally you can record the mouse movement. The buffer is limited to 10s. Right click toggles record mode. For playback use the button.
An automated button press for volume isn't implemented yet (mwvdlees updates crossed mine ) So you have to manually trigger the button in playback mode right now.
And yes someone should stream the swinger...
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