Dinacon: First Audio Synth Recording
At Dinacaon, I’m conducting many experiments with electronics using audio synth and environmental sensors to make site-specific compositions.
I’m extending my Sonaqua custom boards to use the Mozzi audio synthesis libraries. Yesterday I put together my first mini-composition.
These will eventually lead to more dynamic 4-channel compositions and could also extend into some live performances by plants and the environment.
This is the first of several environmental sensors that I’m deploying in the environment — a humidity sensor produced by SparkFun.
With some post-processing in Adobe Audition, I smoothed out an annoying low-pitched whine. I still have loads to learn about the transition from algorithmically-generated sound to recording and getting the glitches out — I’m certainly no audio engineer.
But, I’m pleased with what my little board can do and am excited about more environmental sensors on this amazing little island of Koh Lon.
Oh and here is the GitHub Repo for Sonaqua_Dinacon.