220a-fall-2007/hw5

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Lab/assignment instructions are here: <a href="http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/220a-fall-2007/docs/pd-lab4-hw5">Pd lab4/hw5: Dynamical system patches and algorithms</a>
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=== Deliverables ===
=== Deliverables ===

Revision as of 12:54, 6 November 2007

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Homework #5: "Radio Play"

The assignment is to create a short radio play with a recorded text, stereo audio effects and sound effects. Shoot for a duration of around 120 secs (plus or minus 30). This is a demo to introduce several techniques which will be described below. Though it won't be strictly-speaking a binaural recording, it is intended for headphones. Techniques include localization with interaural intensity difference (IID), interaural time difference (ITD), Schroeder-style reverb, and phasevocoder processing for time warping and pitch transposition.


Tools at your disposal

  • your homebrew microphone
  • something to record into (e.g., laptop/desktop)
  • Pd patch ~cc/220a/pd/pwrAndDelPan.pd
  • Pd patch ~cc/220a/pd/phaselockedvoc.pd
  • optional: ChucK (for creating sound effects)
  • optional: TAPESTREA (for creating sound effects)
  • Freeverb & other Schroeder-style reverberator plugins available in Audacity, Ardour, ChucK
  • Audacity/Ardour (for intermediate + final recording/assembly)

Specification

What to do:

Pd lab4/hw5 instructions are here:

http://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/220a-fall-2007/docs/pd-lab4-hw5

Deliverables

As usual, turn in all files by putting them in your Library/Web/220a/ directory.

  • 1) hw5.wav should go into the 220a directory
  • 2) a short README text (readme.txt) file that:
    • describes your process/adventure, and perhaps the ideas (technical/aesthetic) behind the composition
    • gives credit, if needed, for the sounds you are using
    • describe any difficulties you encountered in the process
  • 3) if you used ChucK, your .ck files


Thanks!!!

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