Synesthesizer: Physical Modelling and Machine Learning for a Color-Based Synthesizer in Virtual Reality
A picture can become a sort of score; graphic scores can have a different source of interpretation;
Given its intuitiveness, it might allow even non-experts to explore the possibilities of sound synthesis.
The current version has been developed in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment.
KeywordsSynesthesia Synthesizer Physical modeling Machine Learning Virtual reality
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