Jean-François Charles will be leading one of nine community-driven workshops at Expo '74 in Brooklyn this October.
Some of us listen to many different types of music and are open to experimentation but, correct me if I'm wrong, sometimes the music that comes out of academic circles can be cold and dry.
by Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe Introduction In our last article about the phase vocoder we saw how to create a basic phase vocoder for time-stretching.
One of the beauties of Max is its simplicity: the ability to quickly create a patch that does something artistically interesting.
I tend to look at larger bodies of work -- novels, recordings - even things like software, I suppose -- and wonder if there's a single point at which everything began.
Written by Richard Dudas and Cort Lippe Introduction The phase vocoder is a tool used to perform time-stretching and pitch-shifting on recorded sounds.