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Metabolic emergent auditory effects by means of physical particle modeling : the example of musical sand

Abstract : In the context of Computer Music, physical modeling is usually dedicated to the modeling of sound sources or physical instruments. This paper presents an innovative use of physical modeling in order to model and synthesize complex auditory effects such as collective acoustic phenomena producing metabolic emergent auditory organizations. As a case study, we chose the "dune effect", which in open nature leads both to visual and auditory effects. The article introduces two particle physical models, able to collaborate. The first is dedicated the synthesis of spatial (or visual) dynamics effects of moving sand dunes. The second is dedicated to the rendering of acoustical dynamics of "sounding sands". Altogether, they lead to a multisensorial simulation of sand in dune.
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Annie Luciani, Nicolas Castagné, Nicolas Tixier. Metabolic emergent auditory effects by means of physical particle modeling : the example of musical sand. 6th international conference on Digital Audio Effects 2003, 2003, Londres, United Kingdom. pp.4. ⟨hal-00910594⟩

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