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Experimental Software Musical Instrument on Android Platform with Ability to Control Parameters by Moving Phone
Barák, Filip ; Kavan, Jan (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The purpose of this thesis is to create an application on the Android platform, which is characterized by an unconventional way of controlling the main melodic signal – by moving the phone. At the same time, the application allows you to edit the audio parameters on your phone's display. Another important feature is the ability to compose and later play chords, or other simple harmonies. The application design is preceded by a theoretical introduction, where I briefly analyze the musical terms and parameters of the application that I developed in the Android studio, Java language. Furthermore, I mention the actual methods of application implementation including code samples.
Experimental hardware musical instrument demonstrating possible means of colour sonification
Rezek, Václav ; Jirásek, Ondřej (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis was to design and build an experimental musical instrument SuperDuperRainbowThing. The experiment nature of which lies in sonification of the colour spectrum. The hardware is built using Arduino microcontroller and a single board computer Raspberry Pi. Software communicates with the hardware via a MIDI protocol and is written in Python programming language and patched in Pure Data graphical environment. The instrument creates a sound output based upon colour selected by the user in real time.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument Based on Granular Synthesis and its Spatial Distribution
Bateško, Tomáš ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to create experimental software instrument based on granular synthesis and convolution, capable of spatial distribution of individual grains and ability to control them in real-time over network by multiple users simultaneously. Sound source is created in Pure Data and graphical interface was built using web technologies such as Node.js and p5.js
Experimental Electro-Mechanical Musical String Instrument
Svěrák, Jan ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to design and construct a prototype of an experimental electromechanical musical instrument of unusual construction and a plethora of achievable timbres. The design is based on a combination of fundamental attributes of two already existing instruments, namely the hurdy-gurdy and the electric guitar. The first chapter of this thesis analyzes the theoretical background of said problematics. The second chapter describes the construction and function of individual components, including the reasoning behind the chosen principles and materials. The third chapter describes the changes from the original design and the process of building the instrument. The fourth chapter evaluates the instrument in terms of functionality and its properties. The fifth chapter proposes changes in design which could eliminate or mitigate the problems revealed by the prototype.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument on Android Platform Combining Sampler, Synthesizer, Effects processor and Sequencer
Bezůšek, Marek ; Schimmel, Jiří (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and realize experimental software musical instrument on Android platform, combining sampler, synthesizer, effects processors and sequencer. The application is designed for smartphones. The application's experimental approach is in granular synthesis applied on recorded sounds with a combination of synthetic sounds produced in wavetable synthesizer and with applied effects.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument Controlled by Change of Light Intensity
Laborová, Anna ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this document is to design and build an experimental software synthesizer Ljós using a light intensity as a trigger for changing the parameters. The instrument is programmed in the environment of Max/MSP and the controller is based on the platform of Arduino and made by 3D printer. An user is changing parameters of the synthesizer by using a light source, by its intensity.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument on Android Platform Combining Sampler, Synthesizer and Sequencer
Kučera, Karel ; Kavan, Jan (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is the realization of the application as an experimental software musical instrument on the Android platform. The implementation is partly based on the draft elaborated in semester work. The application is designed for tablets and smartphones. It combines functions of sampler, sequencer and synthesizer and contains built-in effects. With this features, it is possible to create new sounds, sequantions and songs. The applications is programmed by visual programing language Pure Data. The graphic interface is created by the MobMuPlat platform. The thesis is consists of three parts. The first part is a theoretical introduction, where are discussed, the theory of digital audio signal processing, principles and types of sound signal synthesis, effects and electronic instruments. Furthermore, the Pure Data and MobMuPlat platform features. The second part is an updated design of the graphical interface and there are discussed the functions of individual graphic elements. The third part describes implementation of the application by Pure Data
Experimental Electro-Mechanical Musical String Instrument
Blasche, Ondřej ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to design and build stringed mechanical electrphone with unusual sound characteristics. The end product is an instrument devided into three sections with specific options of sound creation, able to be both plucked and played with a bow. Thesis utilizes knowledge of electric guitar construction and their sound pickup methods. It also deals with experimentation in the field of strig instruments and their development.
Experimental Hardware Musical Instrument Combining Electronic and Electromechanical Sound Source
Pešán, Michal ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
Student is to design and realize experimental electroacoustic hardware musical instrument; it can be find experimental because of its unusual quality of produced sound, extraordinary way of operating the instrument, or its looks.
Experimental Electro-Mechanical Musical Drum Instrument
Šípek, Petr ; Schimmel, Jiří (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to design and create an experimental mechanic-electrical drum instrument, namely a hybrid percussion instrument, using various resonant materials and oscillators supplemented by mechanical tuning in the main part of the instrument. Part of the instrument will consist of a series of piezoelectric transducers scanning individual segments of the musical instrument. It will be possible to edit each individual created sound by using effects.

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