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ESCHER - Modeling and Performing Composed Instruments in real-time

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ESCHER - Modeling and Performing Composed Instruments in real-time
 

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Wanderley, Marcelo M. (auteur)
 
Schnell, Norbert (auteur)
 
Rovan, Joseph Butch (auteur)
 

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San Diego - CA, USA , IEEE, 1998
 

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sound synthesis   human-computer interaction   real-time   instrument modelling   additive synthesis  
 

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This article presents ESCHER, a sound synthesis environment based on Ircam's real-time audio environment jMax. ESCHER is a modular system providing synthesis-independent prototyping of gesturally-controlled instruments by means of parameter interpolation. The system divides into two components: gestural controller and synthesis engine. Mapping between components takes place on two independent levels, coupled by an intermediate abstract parameter layer. This separation allows a flexible choice of controllers and/or sound synthesis methods.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : IEEE Int. Conference on Systems Man and Cybernetics
 

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2006-03-14 01:00:00
 

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