ZiMT-Tools now available for download


    Nov 13 2008 | 5:03 pm
    Announcement:
    The ZiMT, a new "center for innovative music technology" ("Zentrum für
    innovative Musiktechnologie") of the "University for music and
    performing arts Vienna" gladly announces the availability of the first
    two ZiMT-Tools (by Johannes Kretz)
    Please visit:
    www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
    and go to the "downloads" section.
    ** spectral:delay\x28a FFT patch for Max/MSP
    ** spectral:cross:synth\x28cross synthesis and sound freeze, a FFT patch
    for Max/MSP
    More sophisticated Tools for spectral interpolation will be available
    soon.
    Kindest regards,
    Johannes Kretz
    composer, researcher
    www.johanneskretz.com
    About ZiMT:
    In June 2008 a new "center for innovative music technology" ("Zentrum
    für innovative Musiktechnologie, ZiMT) was founded at the University
    for music and performing art Vienna. Organizationally being part of the
    institute for composition and electroacoustics and headed by the
    Austrian composer Johannes Kretz the ZiMT connects the universities
    intitutes, works interdisziplinarily and gives important impulses for
    research in the fields of computer aided music theory (computer aided
    composition, artificial intelligence), computer music (live electronics,
    sound processing and synthesis) as well as multimedia performance
    (sensor technology, net art, media art).
    Particular attention is given to the connection of research and
    education. Also combined research and educational projects with the
    participation of several institutes and disciplines are essential in
    order to develop new tools for composers, peformers and actors and in
    order to obtain important synergies from the direct interaction of of
    research and teaching, both, in the frame of the university as well as
    aimed at the music and artistic world outside. Furthermore the
    supervision of related master theses will lead to new tools and insights
    usefull for artistic work.
    Besides the ZiMT actively connects the university with the international
    artisctic and scientific community through participation and
    organisation of meetings and congresses and through building a network
    of cooperations with related organisations. Cooperations with partners
    from economy, media world and cultural life should provide ways to third
    party funds and help the students to get in touch with their future
    professional life.
    Information and contact:
    Web: www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
    Email: zimt@mdw.ac.at

    • Mar 05 2009 | 3:26 pm
      Dear Maxers,
      the ZiMT, a new "center for innovative music technology" ("Zentrum für
      innovative Musiktechnologie") of the "University for music and performing arts Vienna" gladly announces the availability of the two more ZiMT-Tools by Johannes Kretz
      Please visit:
      www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
      and go to the "downloads" section.
      spectral:delay
      a FFT patch for Max/MSP
      spectral:cross:synth
      cross synthesis and sound freeze, a FFT patch for Max/MSP
      shuffler
      a realtime shuffling patch, granulating and shuffling live audio input forwards and reversed
      KLANGPILOT III (alpha)
      a sophisticated engine for interpolation between 3 different sounds in realtime using spectral analysis and resynthesis, requires the [iana~] external from IRCAM forum
      Hope, there is something usefull for you among them...
      Best regards,
      Johannes Kretz
      composer, researcher
      www.johanneskretz.com
      About ZiMT:
      In June 2008 a new "center for innovative music technology" ("Zentrum
      für innovative Musiktechnologie, ZiMT) was founded at the University
      for music and performing art Vienna. Organizationally being part of the
      institute for composition and electroacoustics and headed by the
      Austrian composer Johannes Kretz the ZiMT connects the universities
      intitutes, works interdisziplinarily and gives important impulses for
      research in the fields of computer aided music theory (computer aided
      composition, artificial intelligence), computer music (live electronics,
      sound processing and synthesis) as well as multimedia performance
      (sensor technology, net art, media art).
      Particular attention is given to the connection of research and
      education. Also combined research and educational projects with the
      participation of several institutes and disciplines are essential in
      order to develop new tools for composers, peformers and actors and in
      order to obtain important synergies from the direct interaction of of
      research and teaching, both, in the frame of the university as well as
      aimed at the music and artistic world outside. Furthermore the
      supervision of related master theses will lead to new tools and insights
      usefull for artistic work.
      Besides the ZiMT actively connects the university with the international
      artisctic and scientific community through participation and
      organisation of meetings and congresses and through building a network
      of cooperations with related organisations. Cooperations with partners
      from economy, media world and cultural life should provide ways to third
      party funds and help the students to get in touch with their future
      professional life.
      Information and contact:
      Web: www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
      Email: zimt(at)mdw.ac.at
    • Mar 05 2009 | 5:10 pm
      Thanks a lot for sharing ! The UI is definitely not sexy but the result rocks. I'm recording beautiful things with the fft-cross-synthesis.
      Cheers
      f.e
    • Mar 07 2009 | 8:56 am
      Glad to hear, that you enjoy the patch - acoustically...
      if you decide to create an improved user interface, that might be interesting for others, maybe consider mailing it to me, so that I can put it on the download page...
      cheers,
      Johannes
      www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
    • Mar 07 2009 | 9:25 am
      That's exactly what i'm doing. I'll submit the modified patch to you soon.
      Thanks again for the work
      f.e
    • Mar 07 2009 | 10:31 am
      They all sound beautiful, my favorite is between Shuffler and Cross-Synth. Great work!
    • Mar 07 2009 | 1:33 pm
      Great patches. Thanks for sharing
    • Mar 07 2009 | 4:15 pm
      dx1200 wrote on Sat, 07 March 2009 13:33Great patches. Thanks for sharing
      +1
    • Mar 07 2009 | 10:49 pm
      +1, LOL ? It seems this is definitely a forum, now, unfortunately...
      f.e
    • Mar 08 2009 | 12:15 am
      me too.
    • Mar 11 2009 | 12:06 pm
      Dear Maxers,
      another tool from ZiMT ("center for innovative music technology" of the "university for music and performing arts Vienna" is available for download:
      sound:indexing
      Analyses a soundfile (a song for example) by cutting it into little segments and storing the midi pitch of each segment. Later this can be used to play an arbitrary piece of music on a keyboard by triggering randomly one of those segments that have the required pitch. The technique is somehow similar to those of photographic mosaics.
      If you are interested, please visit:
      www.mdw.ac.at/zimt/
      and go to the "downloads" section.
      Enjoy!
      Best regards,
      Johannes Kretz
    • Mar 12 2009 | 4:03 pm
      These are great patches, thanks for sharing with us!
    • Mar 15 2009 | 10:55 am
      Thanks for sharing these !
      I thought the cross-syhth was quiet informative on the subject off FFT.
    • Mar 15 2009 | 12:25 pm
      I'm glad that you like the patches!
      Actually I programmed most of the cross-synth patch during one of my computer music classes, so I was kind of forced to do it in an understandable way
      Best,
      Johannes