Dear past and future visitors of the Sonoj Convention,
the following message is made under the assumption that the world will return to a more healthy and peaceful state until October 2022.
At this point in time, I am unable to make any guarantees. Sorry.
However, the date is fixed. The convention will either be on this weekend (see below) or it will not happen at all.
The fourth annual Sonoj Convention ( https://www.sonoj.org ) will maybe(!) taking place this upcoming October 8th-9th 2022 in Cologne, Germany.
The convention is focusing on the combination of music production and free / open source software, with a priority on practical music production.
We want to welcome everyone, regardless of your musical or technical background. As it was the last times, admission to the convention is free.
While the website https://sonoj.org/ is still in it's "in-between" mode it will soon be replaced by the real site again, with more information.
To get a better idea of what to expect out of Sonoj, you can find information and recordings from last year's conventions in our archives: ( https://sonoj.org/archive )
If you want to contribute with a demonstration or talk, please contact me ( info(a)sonoj.org ). A short, informal expression of intent will be enough for now.
What I want to achieve is to take some action when instr 85 ends.
I naively tried using 'gidur' as p3 for instr 85 in the score, but
that doesn't work.
So how do I trigger instr 86 at the right time ?
gidur filelen $INPFILE
instr 85 ; set its duration from the value found in instrument 84
p3 = gidur
; process input from $INPFILE
; Should do something when instr 85 ends.
i84 0 0.1
i85 + 1 ; p3 is just a dummy
I am looking for tools to analyse bird song. I have many recordings, which can
probably be cleaned up enough to have single calls as good as isolated. On the
other hand there are quite a few sonograms of bird calls, used to identify
What I am looking for is a kind of mathematical analysis tool to get an idea
of frequency and volume, perhaps with an estimate of curves. I suppose that
requires statistical analysis. This is far from my forte, so I wouldn't know
which keywords for the relevant math to enter and in which tool to look. Are
there audio specific programs? Or is a math package like R, octave or maxima
able to handle such data input and the task?
If you are not immediately aware of a relevant tool, but could supply me with
a few keywords and considerations, that would already be quite helpful.
* Website: http://juliencoder.de - for summer is a state of sound
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* GitHub: https://github.com/jeanette-c
There's a girl in the mirror
I wonder who she is
Sometimes I think I know her
Sometimes I really wish I did <3