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Objed: The SSSP Sound Editing Tool

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Published on Sep 25, 2010

Objed was the main sound or timbre editing tool developed by the Structured Sound Synthesis Project (SSSP) at the University of Toronto. In more modern times, Objed would be called a "voicing program".  We didn't call it that, for the same reason that the invetors of television didn't use that term to describe what they had built either.  The interesting thing here is that the entier SSSP system was object oriented, and had pretty interesting inheritance properties, that even today are not common in music systems.

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Refs:
Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W. & Baecker, R. (1982). Objed and the Design of Timbral Resources. Computer Music Journal 6(2), 323-44.
http://billbuxton.com/objedDesign.pdf

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