[PD] Looking for research in amplitude envelopes of music instruments during performance.

i go bananas hard.off at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 12:42:37 CET 2014

>The amount of real life envelopes is close to endless when you're looking
performaces of good musicians. That's one reason why good musicians cannot
be replaced by machines.

pretty sure machines can create a close to endless amount of envelopes
too.  It's just that nobody has taken enough care to start programming them
that way.

On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 8:27 PM, <anders.vinjar at bek.no> wrote:

> >>>>> "R" == Rich Eakin <rtepub at gmail.com> writes:
>     R> What I'd like to find is more how the ADSR curves look for actual
>     R> musical phrases.
> Hi Rich.
> Bill Schottstaedt set up a wonderful hands-on about extracting envelopes
> (amp, pitch) from recordings of birdsongs, getting great results in the
> synthesis:
>   https://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/snd/snd/sndscm.html#animalsdoc
> I've used the same approach on recordings of more complex natural
> environments, but the method would be useful for recordings of notes or
> phrases played on musical instruments.
> Cheers,
> -anders
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