Month: November 2007
More vocable synthesis
Another screencast, a short one this time, which I’ve been using as a demo in talks.
Openlab this Sunday 25th Nov
I’ll be talking about my adventures with vocable synthesis at OpenLab 4 this Sunday. Openlab are a collective of people doing artistic and musical things with (or as) free software, putting on top notch free events such as this.
Full details here:
Vocable source released
The haskell source for my vocable synthesis system used in my previous screencasts is now available. I’ve been having fun rewriting this over the last couple of days, and would appreciate any criticism of my code.
Thank you Graphviz
I love graphviz. You feed in data in a simple, easy to generate format and it creates the most beautifully laid out visualisations from it.
I’m trying to make a triangular waveguide mesh, and wasn’t sure if my code was doing the right thing, so ran neato over the data and got this:
I didn’t tell it to lay them out in a hexagon, it just did because it was the simplest way of doing so. I then tried manually adding extra connections