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The Beads Project - Realtime Audio for Java and Processing
"Beads is a software library written in Java for realtime audio. It was started by Ollie Bown in 2008. "
programming  processing  sound  java  music  library  arts 
july 2018 by tsuomela
Ernst Karel | EAR ROOM
Sound artist at the Harvard Sensor Ethnography Lab.
audio  sound  art  anthropology  ethnography 
march 2017 by tsuomela
World Forum for Acoustic Ecology
The World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), founded in 1993, is an international association of affiliated organizations and individuals in Europe, North America, Japan, and Australia that share a common concern with the state of the world's soundscapes. WFAE members represent a multi-disciplinary spectrum of individuals engaged in the study of the social, cultural and ecological aspects of the sonic environment.
sound  acoustics  ecology  environment  perception  commons  professional-association  from delicious
july 2012 by tsuomela
Issue 27, Take Three | Reverse Shot
Reverse Shot - film magazine issue on sound design.
movies  cinema  film-studies  sound  design  criticism 
july 2010 by tsuomela
The centuries-old struggle to play in tune. - By Jan Swafford - Slate Magazine
Summary of musical temperaments and tuning over history. Review of How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony (and Why You Should Care), by professor Ross W. Duffin.
music  tuning  history  sound  classical 
april 2010 by tsuomela
Photosounder.com - Image-sound editor & synthesizer
Photosounder is a one-of-a-kind image-sound editing program. It is unique in that it opens images and sounds indiscriminately, treats and processes them as images, and synthesizes them as sounds. Sounds, once turned into images, can be powerfully modified to achieve effects and results that couldn't be obtained in any other way, while images of all sorts reveal the infinite kinds of otherworldly sounds they contain. Ultimately, knowing how sounds look and how images sound, you'll be able to create images that sound like what you want to hear, or like what you couldn't imagine to hear.
sound  editor  software  audio  music  graphics  visualization  via:vaguery 
october 2009 by tsuomela
The equations of fluid mechanics and sound are derived here based on a molecular model of an ideal diatomic gas. Physics books [e.g. Feynman, and Landau and Lifshitz] typically discuss the molecular nature of sound, but then derive the sound wave equations by modeling air as a continuous elastic medium (i.e. no lumpy molecules). Mathematically this is just fine, but I find it much more satisfying to derive the wave equations directly from the molecular point of view. I also think this is a more straightforward derivation, since it completely avoids any need to deal with "specific heat ratios" or "adiabatic processes." The effects associated with these terms arise quite naturally directly from the molecular model.
physics  science  sound  acoustics  learning  education 
january 2009 by tsuomela
Some Assembly Required
Showcasing audio work by artists who appropriate sounds from the media environment, Some Assembly Required is heard on dozens of stations
audio  sound  recording  remix  collage  appropriation  art  music 
december 2008 by tsuomela
ThinkGeek :: T-Qualizer Shirt
Finally the modern space age delivers a fully functioning graphic equalizer in a handy t-shirt format. Party like it's 2999 with the glowing display on the T-Qualizer that dynamically changes with any ambient sound or music.
tshirts  novelty  technology  wearable  sound  music 
december 2007 by tsuomela

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