Phase Vocoder

Phase Vocoder is one of the most popular methods of analysis/resynthesis of sound spectrum that develops, in the digital domain, concepts already adopted for the Vocoder by Homer Dudley. Traditionally […]

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Cmix is a computer music software designed and developed by Paul Lansky. Belongs to the Music N family, although it was designed for a more specific context of concrete music.

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Music II

The Music II is a sound synthesis software for computer music. It is an updated version of The previous Music I, and as the latter belongs to the family of […]

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Music N

Music N is an acronym, coined retrospectively, by which commonly indicates a set of computer music languages, developed over forty years. Although made by different people and in different contexts, […]

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Graphic 1

The Graphic 1 is a hybrid system (hardware and software) for graphics communication between user and computer. It was developed by William Ninki at Bell Labs in 1965. The system, […]

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The name Syntom identifies a project of hybrid computer music system (analog and digital) developed at Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in Paris under the direction of Pierre Schaeffer in […]

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MidiFormer, initially called MacsOutiL, are patches developed at Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) interfaced with Max/Msp software. Were born from the idea of using MIDI technology for real-time applications designed […]

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DSP Station

The DSP Station is a system developed at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) of Pierre Schaeffer for the Motorola 56001 processor control. It was designed to work in deferred […]

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The Acousmographe was developed at Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in Paris. It is a software dedicated to the graphic representation of electronic and computer music. Was designed as a […]

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