sound synthesis

Elec­tro­nic sounds can be heard ever­y­whe­re and all the time. they are also incre­asing­ly influen­cing other than elec­tro­nic music styl­es (e.g. rock music or hip-hop). In addi­ti­on, howe­ver, elec­tro­nic pro­ces­ses also have a gene­ral signi­fi­can­ce for our musi­cal cul­tu­re, in that they refer to the phy­si­cal and mathe­ma­ti­cal roots of music.

Die mathe­ma­ti­sche Beschrei­bung von Klän­gen ermög­licht es auch, kom­ple­xe Klang­struk­tu­ren zu ana­ly­sie­ren und zu repro­du­zie­ren. Zum Bei­spiel kön­nen spe­zi­el­le Algo­rith­men und Tools ver­wen­det wer­den, um die Klang­cha­rak­te­ris­tik eines rea­len Instru­ments zu erfas­sen und in einen Syn­the­si­zer zu impor­tie­ren, so dass die­ser dann den Klang des Instru­ments nach­ah­men kann. Mög­li­che Inhalte:

  • Descrip­ti­ve intro­duc­tion to vibra­ti­on theo­ry and Fou­rier analysis
  • Ana­ly­sis, syn­the­sis and resyn­the­sis of dif­fe­rent sounds
  • See­ing and under­stan­ding sounds in the oscilloscope
  • Syn­the­sis to crea­te (hyper)realistic instru­men­tal sounds
  • Re-syn­the­sis of audio recor­dings to crea­te "sur­re­al shadow sounds"