Playing Time-Variant Audio Feedback Networks

  • Adriano Claro Monteiro Universidade Federal de Goiás

Resumo


This article presents practical and artistic contributions to the field of computational musical systems based on audio feedback networks which have been used as instruments for music creation in the author's artistic practice. The article begins with an introduction to the research field of feedback and selforganized music systems. Later on two systems are presented: the first is a network of cross-modulated sinusoidal oscillators (by frequency modulation), and the second is a network of transforming processes of pre-recorded sound samples.

Palavras-chave: Computer Music and Creative processes, Real-time Interactive Systems

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24/10/2021
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MONTEIRO, Adriano Claro. Playing Time-Variant Audio Feedback Networks. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE COMPUTAÇÃO MUSICAL (SBCM), 18. , 2021, Recife. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2021 . p. 172-177. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/sbcm.2021.19443.