OctetViolins

Alexander Harker, Mieko Kanno, Michael Newton

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Abstract

The Octet Violins software applies impulse responses taken from the set of Octet violins held in the Reid Museum to an input signal (such as that from an electric violin). The responses can be combined and modified to create a virtual (and imagined) body for the electric instrument.
LanguageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Harker, A. (Author), Kanno, M. (Author), & Newton, M. (Author). (2017). OctetViolins. Software, Retrieved from http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/id/eprint/31506/
Harker, Alexander (Author) ; Kanno, Mieko (Author) ; Newton, Michael (Author). / OctetViolins. [Software].
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