Tag Archives: Audio Anecdotes

The missing harmonic

A sneak-peak of our upcoming Audio Anecdotes 2011 Maker Faire project: Synthesizer in an Altoids Can. This is a snapshot of a baudline spectagram of our first test signal. Notice anything unusual? Why is there a missing harmonic?

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A conversation about lockless protocols

I had a conversation with old friend, occasional colleague, future Audio Anecdotes contributor(?), Craig Hansen-Sturm recently about the application of lockless data structures to implement robust, low-latency audio systems. I can imagine why Craig, freshly hired by venerable sequencer maker Cakewalk, is interested in low-latency audio, but I was surprised to refer him to a list […]

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Full circle

I recently learned that Audio Anecdote’s publisher, AK Peters, has merged with CRC Press of the Taylor and Francis Group. Having started my academic career as a chemical engineer I am of course very well acquainted with the CRC and most famously the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (known simply as ‘the CRC’). Working with […]

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Coming Soon: AudioAnecdotes on Github

Coincident with [Maker Faire 2010](http://www.makerfaire.com) Steven DiRocco is helping us realize a long-term goal: making AudioAnecdotes code and projects publicly accessible. Real-soon-now you will be able to access and contribute to AudioAnecdotes projects at a [Github repository](http://github.com/AudioAnecdotes) We will start with the following: * Content: * Audio Anecdotes Volume 1, 2, 3 * Example code/demos […]

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