Boulanger Labs: csSpectral Sneak Peeks
Sneak Peek #1 of the new Csound-based iOS app by Boulanger Labs, csSpectral. Check out this demo of Takahiko Tsuchiya (Lead Sound Designer) playing violin and Paul Batchelor (SpectralEQ Designer) playing Upright Bass. Their instruments are being processed by Christopher Konopka (Sound/Layout Designer) using csSpectral for real-time acoustic processing and spectral mutation.
Sneak Peek #2 from the studio featuring the sampling techniques from the new Csound-based iOS app by Boulanger Labs, csSpectral. Deepak Gopinath (Lead iOS Developer) is using csSpectral to play back a simple beat and transforms the rhythms into a unique percussion track that morphs beyond glitch. This aspect of the app is well-suited for many applications ranging from advanced sound design for film to a mashup of your favorite track.
Sneak peek #3 from the think tank featuring the live input feature of the new Csound-based iOS app by Boulanger Labs, csSpectral. This new demo featuring Christopher Saunders on banjo, brings a new sound to the Grand Ol Opry. The sound of the banjo is routed to the iPad where Christopher Konopka uses various instruments from the Delay panel of csSpectral to alter each timbre. As the banjo is plucked, trails of granulated notes are overlapped, glitched, modulated, and shuffled in real-time, creating thematic patterns relative to the banjo. These instruments, each with their own distinct character, add a layer of sound that can change a mix dynamically. Nashville here we come!