100 Strange Sounds No. 54 – Xylophone


Materials Used: Toy xylophone, Audix f9, Macbook Pro running SuperCollider, MOTU 4Pre Interface

How it was made:
Sound of the instrument is fed to the computer using a microphone and an interface. Then, SuperCollider, a text-based audio processing program, is changing the xylophone sounds according to my customized digital signal processors. The computer part is interactive since there are no pre-recorded sounds and it reacts to the sound of the human performer.

by Joo Won Park
www.100strangesounds.com
www.joowonpark.net

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