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VST granular plugin with experimental input and output settings
Kalinič, Jan ; Dlouhý, Dan (referee) ; Indrák, Michal (advisor)
This thesis discusses the development of a plug-in module that is able to implement granular synthesis with help of experimental methods of parameter value settings. Graphic designs and schemes were created in the vector graphics editor Inkscape. The separate plug-in was programmed in C++ language using the JUCE framework and VST3 technology. With a use of this module, granular synthesis can be performed over a predetermined sample, but also over the stream of an audio channel of a digital audio station. The module also includes blocks with other types of sound synthesis, which can also be modified in experimental ways. Thanks to its properties, the plug-in can be applied as an effect over one sound channel in the mixing section of an audio station.
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 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 Controlled by Light Color
Liska, Matej ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis contains the theory for realization of experimental software instrument controlled by light color. It brings knowledge of sound and light waves and color pro- cessing. Besides others, it describes process of generating digital signals using additive synthesis, methods of signal processing and sonification techniques. It solves program- ming possibilities of creating, processing, playing and saving digital audio signals. The audio source is written in Java language on the JavaFX programming platform.
Experimental Software Synthesizer and Sequencer
Fadieiev, Heorhii ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is devoted to an experimental software synthesizer and sequencer. Its main goal is the realization of an experimental electroacoustic musical instrument based on a design created within the semestral thesis. The unique characteristic of this synthesizer is the possibility of assigning to each tone a different waveform from the field of subtractive synthesis, but also amplitude and frequency modulation, as well as the possibility of creating a complicated rhythmic structure. The work is divided into several parts. The first one deals with the collection of theoretical knowledge focused on the topic of sound synthesis, MIDI and software program Max. The second part of the work presents the design of an experimental instrument taking into account the block diagram of the synthesizer, its sequencer and generator. The next part of the work deals with the implementation of the instrument, describes its appearance, GUI, data storage in its memory and analyzes the patch of the synthesizer. The last part describes practical experience and general characteristics of the resulting instrument.
Experimental Software Musical Instrument
Konečný, Dominik ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The goal of this document is a design and realization of a synthesizer combining additive and subtractive synthesis in Max/MSP. The synthesizer will distinguish itself from others with its high variability of amplitude envelopes, low frequency oscillators (LFO) and an option of micro interval tuning and inharmonious spectrum. There will also be an option to setup the parameters by typing a text string.
Experimental Hardware Musical Instrument
Chaňo, Petr ; Vrba, Kamil (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The main aim of the bachelor thesis was to design and build a musical instrument that will have a signs of the experimentalism consist of combination synthesizer and sequencer, tuning, unusual kind of controls and its look. At the top of this work is the theoretical introduction to the musical instruments and to the process of generating and modulating sound. There is also written information about parts that the instrument consists of (microcontroller, D/A converter), principles that leads to being able to create this instrument (operational amplifiers, frequency filters, DDS) in the theoretical part. The description of the components is in the practical part followed by the information about the circuits at this instrument and about software solution as well.
Experimental Electro-Mechanical Musical Instrument Controlled by the Frequency of Light Intensity Changes
Benko, Karel ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The purpose of the bachelor thesis is to design and implement an experimental mechanical-electrical musical instrument, specifically on the basis of the optoelectric principle. The instrument will have a wide range of controls with the possibility micro-interval tuning and playing. The resulting sound can be adjusted, for example, with the integrated envelope generator.
Experimental Hardware Musical Instrument, Converting Data from Sensors to Selected Musical Parameters
Šindler, Stanislav ; Kavan, Jan (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
Abstract Aim of this thesis is to documentate theoretical and practical process of designing digital hardware syntetizer using Teensy microcontroler and add-on bus Teensy Audio Shield, with the help of Audio System Design Tool. Software for this synthesiser Product of this thesis will be complete device with user interface realized with rotational knobs, buttons and display unit. Also a removable module measuring temperature, intensity of light, and humidity, which will change user specified sound parameters, will be designed and constructed.
Experimental Hardware Musical Instrument Based on FM Synthesis Controlled by a Contactless Controller
Vejvoda, Zdeněk ; Jirásek, Ondřej (referee) ; Dlouhý, Dan (advisor)
The focus of this bachelor thesis was a design and consequently an assembly of an experimental analog synthesizer. The beginning of the theoretical framework presents the classification of the electroacoustic instruments into subgroups with an emphasis on those which were essential for both the inspiration of the design and for the historical development itself. The subsequent chapter explores the sound synthesis methods and their musical attributes. Afterwards, particular fundamental personae of the history of experimenting with sound and music are mentioned, whose ideas were extracted for the purpose of designing this instrument. The practical part explains the motivation which was present during the work and develops it into a full circuit design. The creative process is supported by explanation of attached diagrams and required calculations. In connclusion, the assembled prototype is presented on a printed circuit board.

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