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OSAKA Naotoshi / 小坂直敏

The role and realization of sound morphing and hybridization in computer music

Edition: Proceedings of Asia Computer Music Project 2011, JSSA 11th meeting/ACMP 2011, Tokyo, Asia Computer Music Project

Date: 2011

Region: JAPAN

Origin: JAPAN

Type of media: Article

Language: English



Sound morphing and hybridization are new sound effects introduced by digital technology. First the definition of morphing is clarified, and traditional hybridization techniques are introduced, namely, the source-filter model and performance transcription. Moreover, new possibilities of hybridization are discussed using decomposition of harmonic structured sound to its self-similar harmonic structure. In this process morphing is also embedded, and the relationship among those is discussed.