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Controlling at runtime CodeSounding's oscillators with faders

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Uploaded on Mar 17, 2010

Class: GrainScaledSkipperProcessor ( http://codesounding.svn.sourceforge.n... ).

Java2D demo's source code has been "sonified"(*): its Java instructions trigger sounds. Faders enable you to change the oscillators's frequencies, how many instructions are skipped and the grains's envelope. Furthermore the skipped instructions scale the amplitude of each oscillator.
For more informations check http://www.codesounding.org/indexeng....

(*) For example, if you get a Java source file ( http://codesounding.svn.sourceforge.n... ) and instrument it ( with http://codesounding.svn.sourceforge.n... ) you can obtain a new instrumented source file ( http://codesounding.svn.sourceforge.n... ) which at runtime will call a custom sound processor.

Here with a greater resolution: http://rapidshare.com/files/413084973...

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