Thanks Jeanette for kind words!
If you are curious about wooden instruments they are actually done with the same trick.
I pass small burst of white noise through series of band pass filters with center frequencies on ratios:
560, 1100, 2500, 3000. For percussion those numbers are fixed. But for xylophone they are
relative to the base frequency and I’ve added a bit of triangle wave to white noise burst
so that sound becomes more harmonic in nature.
The actual definition is here:
And it has function wooden, that applies a sum of band pass filters to give wooden quality to any source:
It roughly models resonance response of a wooden box.
ср, 28 апр. 2021 г. в 23:43, Jeanette C. <email@example.com>:
Apr 28 2021, Anton Kholomiov has written:
Many thanks for sharing this. I am very much looking forward to going
through your code. I like the woody instruments, both the percussive one
and the tongue-drum or tine-like melodic sound. There’s such an organic
realistic quality to that! As ever, it’s been a pleasure listening.
With you I get so high
Lost in the crystal sky
You are this melody
That’s where you take me <3
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