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Excellent quality! Thank you.
Time to start pepe rally
Wow, back in 2006... BTW, what software did you use for this? Idk if there's a way to reply to comments though...
i like this sound and would give it a high mark in ambiance, harmonics, and interesting texture...well done, IMO
i love it
Thank you !
Thanks I really enjoyed listening to this. I am going to see if I can use it on a film I am making about mushrooms @helipops
Très original !
Many thanks - got a poor disappointing camera recording myself. Your recording is much better for family vid.
Hi, a KS-resonator is a Karplus-Strong resonator, a computer model of a string driven by an input sound (let's say a sound close to the string). In my implementation I feed soundfiles to a KS-resonator (not initialising with a noise burst). For detailed info see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karplus%E2%80%93Strong_string_synthesis.
What is a ks-resonator??
Ha hahahah hahahahahh noice
I love it -- did I mention it already?
an all time favorite
Hello!Thanks for the music, it is usefull for my vidoe from the old town museum i Aarhus, DenmarkPoul C. Koefoed
Him the software I'm using is cppTK, http://hanstimmermans.eu/cpptk.html.I wrote (and I'm still extending this software) to compose my own music.(http://hanstimmermans.eu/music.html)
Another option would be to use MAX (https://cycling74.com/products/max/)and build your own KS-resonators. SuperCollider (http://supercollider.github.io/) could do similar stuff.
in cppTK I can use choirs of up to 10000 (10k) resonators simultaneously, which MAX nor SuperCollider could do.
I hope this info helps.
Best, Hans Timmermans.
Intriguing sound. What software are you using to generate the Karplus-Strong resonators?
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