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 […]
The Acousmographe was developed in Paris by researchers of the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) and was designed for a graphical representation of electronic music.
The Synthetic Performer today represents an historical technological adventure, very interesting even for the following research in computer applications for music.
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 […]
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 […]