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Ordinary differential equations (ODEs) have been studied for centuries as a means to model complex dynamical processes from the real world. Nevertheless, their application to sound synthesis has not yet been fully exploited. In this article we present a systematic approach to sound synthesis...
Interactive sonification can provide a platform for demonstration and education as well as for monitoring and investigation. We present a system designed to demonstrate the facilities of the UK's most advanced large-scale research wave tank. The interactive sonification of water waves in the...
In this article a number of musical features are extracted from a large musical database and these were subsequently used to build four composer-classification models. The first two models, an if–then rule set and a decision tree, result in an understanding of stylistic differences between...
This article explores the possibility of using chaotic attractors to control sound processing with software instruments in live electroacoustic composition. The practice-led investigation involves the Attractors Library, a collection of Max/MSP externals based on iterative mathematical equations...
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