[PD] spring modeling/scanned synthesis

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 17:34:29 CET 2024

Em sex., 16 de fev. de 2024 às 04:39, cyrille henry <ch at chnry.net> escreveu:

> Le 15/02/2024 à 06:19, Alexandre Torres Porres a écrit :
> I don't understand what is a "spring link motion".
> Masses moves according to newton law.
> Lot's of different behaviours can be modelled with MSS model...

Sorry, I'm just missing the basics so I can even properly elaborate
meaningful questions. I've been avoiding getting into Physical Modelling
Synthesis but I guess it's finally time to get into it :)

> you can have a look at few of chdh work :
> https://vimeo.com/130239547
> http://chdh.net/video_spin.php#;
> this is 100% scanned synthesis.

This is amazing, congrats, it made me nostalgic and miss PdCon concerts.

you probably noticed that they all use the same equation

not at all :)

> The 1st is just a very basic implementation : it's not possible to define
> a non-linear link for example.
> The 2nd one solve them in a very simple scenario : 1 mass and 1 spring. So
> it's not possible to create other network.

thanks for clarifying

> But if you just want to play with meaningful parameter without
> understanding the physics, then pmpd is not for you.

This is what I realize, and I would also like to have some higher level
ready made and easy to use toys for simple tasks.

> there are lot's of software dedicated to MSS, the equations are all about
> the same.
> But physical modelling is broader than MSS.

sure, I see

Thanks for the references and answers.
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