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Hey Alan, if you’re doing 8-10pm GMT (noon-2pm PST for me) then i’d really like to give this a try! I’ll sign up for it through the form as well— generally mondays are a little touch-and-go for me but tuesdays or wednesdays are definitely doable.
I’d be very interested in experimenting with playback through Kyma if you want to upload any samples – but the I/O I’m using for my paca is only a focusrite saffire pro 14 so I think i’d only be able to play back at a max sample rate of 96k.
my computer audio I/O can play back up to 192k though — have you had any luck with offline (as in, not real-time) tools like sox or cdp? I’d imagine there would be options in cdp to pitch an ultrasonic recording down to within nyquist of a more reasonable sample rate and resample it.
these are just ideas off the top of my head. If you want to share any ultrasonic audio though, i’d be happy help see what we can see!14 December 2018 at 20:14 in reply to: Would you like to be part of the Kyma Kata peer-learning experience? #1508
I’d be interested! That’s 2am seattle time, so I can’t make any guarantees, but I’m signing up!
I’ve seen his physM toolkit site, but i thought none of them worked—it’s good to know that some of them do—but it’d be nice if he lowered his price to reflect that, or update the page.
I’d *love* to see what he’s come up with but i know nothing about his future plans with the toolkit. I’d give it a chance for $100 but for $200 i want to know what i’m getting myself into. The toolkit looks badass, and sounds incredible, but seems like the project is dead. If it isn’t, and you’re listening Mr. Visser, get on this thread and let me know 🙂
I’m more interested in how things like banded waveguide synthesis even work, or building basic models and extrapolating the basics into something more complex!