eversince I saw that for the first time some ten years ago I was more than fascinated. It's an artistic realtime audio
analysis/remapping engine made with PD and python(?).
The creator mentioned back then that he wants to release it - which hasn't happened in more than 10 years. So I am wondering how hard it is to recreate that for studying and fun purposes.
I'm at an experience level where I can imagine creating a link between an external database and Pd but I would still have to research the details.
Hence my questions:
How do you think the audio is beeing analysed in the beginning? What are the criteria for discriminating individual samples? he speaks of ~100 dimensional vectors for analysis - that's beyond my capacity. I don't even know how to research that but feel I only need good directions in order to proceed extending my understanding.
When I have chunks of audio plus their analysed properties stored externally - What, generally speaking, are the options for connecting to an external database from Pd? Writing an external for the live communication? Or are there other techniques I might have missed so far?
Thanks for any thoughts. I'm hoping not only to get deeper insights for myself but also to trigger a learning discussion among fellow enthusiasts.