Revisiting the Gendy model from the perspective of noise transformation as a compositional method (last edited: 2022)

Johan van Kreij, Jeyong Jung
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The authors have been developing a technique called Noise Transformation that makes possible the on-the-fly instantaneous conversion of lists into continuous Probability Density Functions (PDFs) and the real-time redistribution of White Noise signals according to the list-style PDF prescriptions. One of the motivations for developing Noise Transformation was to create enormous possibilities in the choice of PDFs and the description of their in-time development in dynamic systems. The authors now attempt to apply the technique inspired by Xenakis to Xenakis’. The first step is using Noise Transformation in association with the Gendy model so that the synthesis uses the random numbers of arbitrarily drawn distributions.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsGendy, Xenakis, Noise, non-standard sound synthesis
last modified07/06/2022
statusin progress
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affiliationInstitute of Sonology / Royal Conservatoire
copyrightJohan van Kreij / Jeyong Jung
licenseCC BY-NC-ND

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1653149 gendy1 jvkr CC BY-NC-ND
1653151 Gendy2 jvkr CC BY-NC-ND
1653162 Jeynoise jvkr CC BY-NC-ND
1654361 higherorderfoldfeedback jvkr CC BY-NC-ND

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