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The Architecture of Auracle: a Real-Time, Distributed, Collaborative Instrument

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The Architecture of Auracle: a Real-Time, Distributed, Collaborative Instrument
Auracle is a “group instrument,” controlled by the voice, for real-time, interactive, distributed music making over the Internet. It is implemented in the JavaTM programming language using a combination of publicly available libraries (JSyn and TransJam) and custom-built components. This paper describes how the various pieces — the voice analysis, network communication, and sound synthesis — are individually built and how they are combined to form Auracle. Keywords Interactive Music Systems, Networking and Control, Voice and Speech Analysis, Auracle, JSyn, TransJam, Linear Prediction, Neural Networks, Voice Interface, Open Sound Control
Chandrasekhar Ramakrishnan, Jason Freeman, Kristja
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where NIME
Authors Chandrasekhar Ramakrishnan, Jason Freeman, Kristjan Varnik, David Birchfield, Phil Burk, Max Neuhaus
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