Date of Award
Master of Arts
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
Faculty of Education and Arts
Dr. Malcolm Riddoch
The Jitter extended library for Max/MSP is distributed with a gamut of tools for the generation, processing, storage, and visual display of multidimensional data structures. With additional support for a wide range of media types, and the interaction between these mediums, the environment presents a perfect working ground for Wave Terrain Synthesis. This research details the practical development of a realtime Wave Terrain Synthesis instrument within the Max/MSP programming environment utilizing the Jitter extended library. Various graphical processing routines are explored in relation to their potential use for Wave Terrain Synthesis.
James, S. G. (2005). Developing a flexible and expressive realtime polyphonic wave terrain synthesis instrument based on a visual and multidimensional methodology. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/107