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PhonoPaper + PixiTracker

Developer Alexander Zolotov posted a demo of himself using PhonoPaper to sample sounds from hand-drawn spectrograms. He then made use of these samples in his PixiTracker app.

Video Description:

In this video, I convert the hand-drawn spectrograms to sound using PhonoPaper (http://warmplace.ru/soft/phonopaper). And then I use the generated sounds when writing music in PixiTracker (http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixitracker).

Reader Comments 1

Super cool!
March 19, 2018  | person mold school

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