Linux Audio Conference 2013
Experiments with dynamic convolution techniques in live performance
Øyvind Brandtsegg, Sigurd Saue
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This article discusses dynamic convolution techniques motivated by the musical exploration of interprocessing between performers in improvised electroacoustic music. After covering some basic challenges with convolution as live performance tool we present experimental work that enables dynamic updates of impulse responses and parametric control of the convolution process. An audio plugin implemented in the open source software Csound and Cabbage integrates the experimental work in a single convolver.

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