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This was an experiment to see if I could display text within a spectrogram. I used Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere synth to generate sine waves at various frequencies to construct the characters. I used Renoise to program the letters, numbers, etc. as individual patterns and then sequenced these patterns to form words. iZotope’s Insight was used as the spectrogram.
This piece was written as part of The Piano Cloud’s Twitter Challenge which was described as:
Simple challenge – compose a piece using no more than 140 notes…
No other rules… but your 140 notes must include any harmony notes, etc, and any sound effects, percussion or drum hits also each count as a note.
The sheet music can be downloaded from the documents section of this site.
Colour Filter Test Tool, a tool for applying colour filters to images and photographs, has been updated to version 1.2.1 and released for the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.
Changes from previous versions:
- Numerous optimisations and refinements made to the image processing functions.
- Image preview window is now centred as opposed to always being in the top-left corner.
- Bug fixes.
Colour Filter Test Tool, a tool for applying colour filters to images and photographs, has been updated to version 1.1 and released for the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.
Colour Filter Test Tool can be downloaded via the following links:
Colour Filter Test Tool 1.1 - Windows
373.3 KB, 377 hits
Colour Filter Test Tool 1.1 - Linux (32-bit)
401.1 KB, 310 hits
Colour Filter Test Tool 1.1 - Linux (64-bit)
414.0 KB, 327 hits
Colour Filter Test Tool 1.1 - Mac OS X
424.1 KB, 301 hits
I recently made this small utility as a “proof-of-concept” for some image processing algorithms that I have been working on. Colour Filter Test Tool can apply various colour filters to photographs and other images.
Please note, as it was quickly written to be a “proof-of-concept”, it is not designed to be a complete product and will likely contain bugs, but it may have some use for some people.