Manipulation and Resynthesisof Envir onmentalSoundswith Natural WaveletGrains

@inproceedings{Hoskinson2002ManipulationAR,
  title={Manipulation and Resynthesisof Envir onmentalSoundswith Natural WaveletGrains},
  author={Reynald Hoskinson},
  year={2002}
}
A technique is presentedto facilitatethecreation of constantly changing, randomizedaudio streamsfrom samplesof sourcematerial. A coremotivationis to makeit easier to quickly createsoundscapesfor virtual environmentsandotherscenarioswherelongstreams of audioareused. While mostly in thebackground, thesestreamsarevital for thecreation of moodandrealism in these typesof applications. Our approachis to extract the component partsof sampled audio signals,anduse themto synthesizeacontinuousaudio… CONTINUE READING
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