Sound artist and developer Giorgio Sancristoforo (Berna, Gleetchlab) shared this video, ‘Cosmic Rays Music,’ created with the prototype of his cosmic rays real-time score and sequencer software.… Read More Giorgio Sancristoforo – ‘Music From Cosmic Rays’
“Working at the prototype of my cosmic rays realtime score and sequencer software.
The software is connected to a muon particle detector that sends realtime data to the computer. The ADC values are converted to MIDI notes as well as fingering for my ancient greek kithara (κιθάρα). I will use this software and detector for my forthcoming ambient music performance κόσμος (
Developer Giorgio Sancristoforo (Berna, GleetchLab) shared this sneak preview of Quadrivium, a new software synth that’s based on the orbits of 12 moons.… Read More New Synth, Quadrivium, Based On The Orbits Of 12 Moons Around 4 Gas Planets
“Did you know? You can use any bat detector or ultrasound microphone to listen to the messages that you hide in your music with Encoder!”
Follow-up to this post.
Inspired by cold war spies and the Steganography of Johannes Trithemius, Encoder and Decoder are designed to let you hide simple speech messages in your music.… Read More New App Lets You Hide Hidden Messages In Your Music
Published on May 30, 2020 Giorgio Sancristoforo
“In this video the F5 gene of my chromosome 1 (Exons and introns) is used to program a modular synthesizer (Endorphin.es Shuttle System).
Blocks of 16 codons are used to control 16 parameters of the synthesizer like frequency, amplitude, filters cutoff, envelopes, FM modulations etc.
The experiment is a continuation of my sci-art research on my
Substantia pairs modal synthesis software with an integrated euclidean sequencer and recorder.… Read More New Substantia Physical Modelling Laboratory Sneak Preview)
Giorgio Sancristoforo has released a new standalone software designed to process and store external sounds. Fantastic Voyage is a multi-effect virtual stompbox with integrated looper and 4-track recorder. The idea of Fantastic Voyage came while thinking at the old Tascam tape Portastudios. In my early experiments in the 90s I’ve loved the machine, so I’ve […]
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This one is in via Giorgio Sancristoforo, the man behind GLEETCHLAB/GLEETHCHPLUG, and BERNA 2.
“I’ve release our paper on Tropical Additive Synthesis, a new for of analog or digital sound synthesis based on Tropical Algebra created by me with the mathematician Cristiano Bocci.”
Details from Giorgio Sancristoforo’s website where you can find a PDF download of his paper on the new synthesis
How I did it – Episode 1 from Giorgio Sancristoforo on Vimeo.
“The day has finally come! The first episode is here!
In this video I will demonstrate how to turn the Altair 8800 into a digital sequencer (it could do MIDI out with a few more code inside Max). The Altair communicates with my Mac with a Serial to USB adapter. All the Altair code was written under CP/M 2.2 using Word Master word