CNMAT Flashback

A look back at some items in our archives.

Archive Browser

Browse CNMAT content by type
Publication

Managing Complexity with Explicit Mapping of Gestures to Sound Control with OSC

Posted by Adrian Freed on December 31, 2001
M. Wright, Freed, A., Lee, A., Madden, T., and Momeni, A., Managing Complexity with Explicit Mapping of Gestures to Sound Control with OSC, in International Computer Music Conference, Habana, Cuba, 2001, pp. 314-317.

Managing Complexity with Explicit Mapping of
Gestures to Sound Control with OSC

Matthew Wright, Adrian Freed, Ahm Lee, Tim Madden,
Ali Momeni

CNMAT, UC Berkeley, 1750 Arch St., Berkeley, CA
94709, USA

{matt,adrian,ahm,tjmadden,ali}@cnmat.berkeley.edu

Publication

New Media for Musicological Research and Education - The Country Blues in HyperMedia

Posted by Adrian Freed on December 31, 1989
A. Freed, New Media for Musicological Research and Education - The Country Blues in HyperMedia, in 15th International Computer Music Conference, Ohio State University, 1989, pp. 109-112.

Introduction

This overview describes work at the Center for New Music and
Audio Technology (CNMAT) on application of hypermedia tools to
musical subjects.

Project #1: The Country Blues
- a Hypermedia Presentation

Publication

Codevelopment of user interface, control and digital signal processing with the HTM environment

Posted by Adrian Freed on April 16, 1994
A. Freed, Codevelopment of user interface, control and digital signal processing with the HTM environment, in 5th International Conference on Signal Processing Applications and Technology, Dallas, TX, USA, 1994, vol. 2, pp. 1179-83.

Codevelopment of User Interface, Control and Digital Signal Processing with the HTM Environment

Adrian Freed

Introduction

The HTM system supports parallel development of the basic elements
of DSP applications: a user interface, control structure and digital signal
processing code. User interface and control is central in many new DSP
applications, e.g. musical sound synthesis, image processing, multimedia,
speech recognition and synthesis.

Publication

A Real-Time 3D Signal Analysis/Synthesis Tool Based on the Overlap-Add Short-Time Fourier Transform

Posted by Adrian Freed on October 26, 2008
A. Peevers, A Real-Time 3D Signal Analysis/Synthesis Tool Based on the Overlap-Add Short-Time Fourier Transform, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 1994.

A Real Time 3D Signal Analysis/Synthesis Tool Based on the Short Time Fourier Transform

Alan Wesley Peevers,
Masters Thesis, February 2004,
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California, Berkeley

Publication

Towards a More Effective OSC Time Tag Scheme

Posted by Adrian Freed on July 30, 2004
A. Freed, Towards a More Effective OSC Time Tag Scheme, in Open Sound Control Conference, Berkeley, CA, 2004.

Time tags are not widely used in OSC. This paper will introduce the original intention of time tags, discuss the challenges of implementing and using them, and introduce some new ideas about how they might be better employed and implemented.

Time tags were introduced to address a number of problems and concerns we encountered at CNMAT using a predecessor protocol to OSC:

Pages