Archive for the “Elective Music Project – MUS8160” category

Cryptosynth faceplate

by clivewright on May 13, 2015

Cryptosynth Workshop in Pictures

by clivewright on May 13, 2015

Cryptosynth v0.1 Prototypes

by clivewright on May 13, 2015

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4093 Rizla Synth sound:

by clivewright on May 11, 2015

A quick recording of the sounds produced by by 4093 synth housed in a Rizla ciggarette tin.

Inspiration: Black Death Synthesiser

by clivewright on May 11, 2015

“The input sound loses its sonic identity, and becomes just another parameter that influences the interaction among the individuals of the bacterial colony, creating ever-changing noise textures. The resulting sound is wild and evil, thanks also to the continuous clipping (…)

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One line of C

by clivewright on May 11, 2015

One line of C is a trial-and-error idea of using very short programs created by simple maths to synthesize sound. Have a play around with different formulae to create different ‘songs’: http://wurstcaptures.untergrund.net/music/

The Rungler

by clivewright on May 11, 2015

The Rungler, created by Rob Hordijk, is a dual oscillator, modular 1 bit circuit. The two oscillators are modulated against each other within a small time delay creating interference patterns that Rob calls a ‘stepped havoc wave’. The Rungler uses (…)

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4093 Synth Development

by clivewright on May 10, 2015

I took the 4093 synth built in the workshop with John and soldered the circuit onto some PCB and housed it:

4093 Synth Building

by clivewright on May 10, 2015

 

Elective Music Project

by clivewright on February 3, 2015

For projects in creative practice, there are no set restrictions as to the medium or the means employed. Students are encouraged to explore and embrace new, even prototypical/experimental means of dissemination – emphasis is placed on the cultural viability of (…)

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