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Re: changing a sound signal while listening to it

Thanks to all who responded. This problem is now solved!


On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 4:53 PM, Dan Stowell <dan.stowell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In SuperCollider this code does a simple version of what you describe:

   var centre = 440;
   var beat = Integrator.kr(KeyState.kr(124) - KeyState.kr(123))
          * 0.01 + 10;
   var amp = Integrator.kr(KeyState.kr(126) - KeyState.kr(125))
          .linexp(-5000, 5000, 0.001, 1);
   (beat*2).poll(1, "beat freq");
   SinOsc.ar([centre+beat, centre-beat], 0, amp).sum.dup;

arrow keys up/down for volume, left/right for beat freq.


On 10/08/2010 03:32, Daniel Bowling wrote:
Dear List,

I am trying to create a piece of software that will allow a subject to
change the beat frequency and amplitude of a signal while listening to
it in real time.

More specifically, the signal will consist of two pure tones (e.g. T1 +
T2), and the difference between them (T2 - T1) as well as the root mean
square amplitude will be under the control of the subject via the keyboard.

I have tried to execute this in Matlab using a loop, the problem is that
the sound stops and then starts again at the beginning of each loop

Can anyone suggest a way this might be implemented on a computer? Or
perhaps just a suitable programming language?


Dan Bowling

Dan Stowell
Centre for Digital Music
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road, London E1 4NS