Tag Archives: DSP


A DSP-based synthesizer that takes sensor input from a seismometer to generate a set of sine waves to drive transducers.

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Speed of Light

Sound modules for the walking sticks used by visitors of the “Speed of Light” project by NVA, Glasgow. Barometric and acceleration sensors control a small DSP that runs a composition by Chris Weaver of Resonance FM.

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Sound track for a ‘line-flicker’ video, generated by feeding the line patterns directly into an iFFT.

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Contracting work for twosuns, a Berlin multi-media company. Twister is part of the sound subsystem of enclued, an interactive multi-media development environment. Initially a multi-channel soundcard with embedded spatialization functionality, which was later moved to the host PC.

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Computer aided score generation of Balinesian Gender Wayang music, based on multi-channel envelope recordings. The recording system required a custom acquisition system as multi-channel audio interfaces were not available in the early 1990s. It was implemented by Thomas Ruoff and … Continue reading

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Traguisma – the TRAnsient GUItar State MAchine. Or, if you prefer the official title: ‘Algorithms for Combined Sound Analysis and Synthesis and their Implementation in a Multi-Processor Environment’. This was to become a ‘Diplom-Informatiker’, my graduation project. In short it … Continue reading

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Early predecessor of the gluiph. A small 56k module to fit inside the SensorLab.

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A four-channel audio converter for the NeXT cube and the ispw (i.e. the IRCAM signal processing workstation). This started as a hack with a couple of evaluation boards and some blobs of glue logic. With help from Atau Tanaka, and … Continue reading

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