2019-11-14 (Th) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_Presenter

A soundscape was programmed in its entirety. One area out weeks ago, but the functions for implementing it were incomplete and buggy. Encoding a few lines on graph paper to code was not the most efficient method, and some forethought and color-coding would have gone a long way.

The idea was that as a slider moved from the bottom, it would pass through six regions. In each region, an instrument could become louder or softer, and instruments could fade in or out so gradually that it should be nearly undetectable at a slow enough rate. I made two videos, both below, which use the same soundscape, but I move the slider at different rates. Since this project used logarithmic faders, I had to move more quickly toward the top of travel to maintain the same rate change.
(0:40) Moving the slider quickly

(2:58) Moving the slider gradually

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