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Digital Dish // Jagannathan Sampath: The War on Sines!

@ LJUDMILA Rimska cesta 8, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Na letošnjem drugem Digitalnem obroku bo Jagannathan Sampath predstavil svoje glasbeno programsko okolje za računalniško (in predvsem hudo vizualno) produkcijo glasbe DIN Is Noise. V kolikor bi program radi preizkusili sami, s seboj prinesite prenosnik in miško!

Jagannathan Sampath je nomadski pisec programske opreme. Sprva je pisal kodo za računalniške igrice in posebne učinke za filme, pred osmimi leti pa je začel s programiranjem glasbene programske opreme in začel pisati kodo za DIN Is Noise, glasbeni inštrument za Windows, Mac OS X in GNU/Linux. Trenutno je na turneji, kjer preko delavnic in predavanj promovira uporabo programa DIN Is Noise in uči izdelave lastne zvočne programske opreme z uporabo C++.

Jag bo na Ljudmilinem digitalnem obroku spregovoril o zvoku kot o zaznavanju vibracij v zraku, sinusnih krivuljah in zgolj z uporabo miške in tipkovnice demonstriral produkcijo visoko kakovostne glasbo – od srednjeazijskih godal in indijske klasične glasbe do množice različnih dronov, seveda z uporabo programa DIN Is Noise.



The second lecture in the Digital Dish is hosting software writing nomad Jagannathan Sampath. Jag will present DIN Is Noise, a computer run musical instrument for live improvisation. Bring your laptops and use you keyboard & mouse for making high quality music!

Jagannathan Sampath is a software writing nomad. In the beginning, he wrote software for computer games and film special effects. Then, about 8 years ago, he learnt to program computers to make sounds and started writing DIN Is Noise, a musical instrument for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux. Now, he is on tour giving talks, demonstrations and workshops on DIN Is Noise and also teaches how to make your own software musical instruments using C++. During this tour, if you host him anywhere in the world, he will offer you a free, lifetime license of DIN Is Noise.

Jag talks about sound as perception of vibrations in the air, no vibrations = no sound, need for a vibrator, loudspeaker as a vibrator, sending numbers to make the loudspeaker vibrate at different rates and amounts to make musical pitches & volumes, computer sound making as a problem of going from one number to another very fast, eg., 0 to 1 to -1 to 0 and so on; computer animation too is a similar problem, can we use Bezier curves to go smoothly from one number to another and send them to the sound card? Yes! Bezier waveforms are born. Can Bezier curves model a sine waveform? Do they sound the same? Yes! Can Bezier curve waveforms replace sine waveforms on carriers and modulators in frequency and amplitude modulation? Yes! How about Bezier curves for free form sound envelopes and get rid of the ADSR meme from the analog world? Yes! Jag will also discuss using just the computer mouse and keyboard to make high quality music, central Asian bowed string instruments, Indian classical music, masses of droned tones and and finally, wonder if a closed, continuous and connected shape can become a waveform. Jag will use DIN Is Noise to illustrate the talk.


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