Nightradio the creator of SunVox and many nice apps have been using them to create these albums and now they are all for free.
To get them go here:
The most musically active developer/programmer have now released a new album.
I think he does about one a year. Using his own software of course!
This one a combination of SunVox and Virtual ANS.
So this became possible with the last SunVox update. It is not part of SunVox and you have to go through some steps. I finally asked the other day on the forum and here is the answer:
Download PixiScope http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixiscope/pixiscope1.0.zip
Download Pixilang http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixilang/pixilang3.6.zip
Launch Pixilang -> go to the PixiScope directory -> open some example (image_to_wav may be).
image_to_wav tool will convert the file images/cat.jpg (picture) to the pixel_gfx.wav (audio).
If you want to change the parameters - open image_to_wav in any text editor and just change it.
Now you will find the WAV file (converted from the image) in the same folder with PixiScope.
Load pixel_gfx.wav as the module (Sampler module will be created).
Go to the module properties -> Visualizer -> set Oscilloscope to the XY.
That's it. Now just play this module and you will see the original image.
Will take some time this week to try it out as it does not seem to be too hard even for me!
Ahhh got myself a christmas gift in form of this new app.
Have not played with it too much yet but it will for sure be used in some form or another. There is some videos that will show all the functions nicely. What will be mentioned however is that this is based on a small electronic device/jewelry that Mr Nightradio made about a year ago and here is a nice article from Palmsounds that talks about how Mr Nightradio is pushing the boundaries in mobile gear both virtual and tangible:
Yes Mr Nightradio always forward pushing boundaries!
There is a free version for Windows/Linux/Mac here (slightly limiting as there is not the same freedom to use the camera and use of the mobile microphone):
Google Play info:
Quantum VJ HD is a simple glitch-style audio visualizer (video generator). It can receive sound from the microphone or from the Line-in port (depends on the system settings). Sound will be converted to the graphic elements byte by byte. The final video can be mixed with the camera stream in real time.
The app is also available for Windows, Linux, OS X and iOS.[ Multitouch control ]
(pair of parameters for each new touch)
1st Touch - changing the Mode (horizontally) and the Power (vertically) parameters.
2nd Touch - changing the Color (horizontally) and the Noise (vertically) parameters.
3rd Touch - changing the Camera (horizontally) and the Resolution (vertically) parameters.
4th Touch - changing the Brightness (horizontally) and the Speed (vertically) parameters.
Press on the top left corner to hide/show the control panel (fullscreen mode ON/OFF).
I do not comprehend how Mr Nightradio suceded spelling out "Palm Sounds 10" in the SunVox oscilloscope it almost seems like some kind of magick!
Pretty amazing and hopefully I can get Mr NIghtradio to divulge some tips in how to spell using sounds so we can write music and some poetry at the same time!
Highly recommendable viewing.
The music starts about 1.30 and is very nice.
Recommend to listen to it and pay attention to all the different and great sounds he coaxes out of SunVox.
Do think that he have developed as a composer! ha ha
Lookilooki I got included in the December tracks!
And interesting that he made a list of his favorite tracks for the whole of 2015.
That will be very interesting listening for sure!
Pavel Ti and Mr Nightradio have made this new ten band equalizer using the Filter PRO module that came with the latest update of SunVox. Will leave it for download here and on the downloads page.
As it is in downloadable from the SunVox forum maybe it is nice to check in and see in a couple of days how people have reacted to this.
This is mono version, for stereo equalization, or slow mobile devices.
Mr Nightradio the developer made this video making three different instruments using the Analog Generator and effects. Gave me some ideas and worth a watch if using SunVox.
It is weird to see SunVox with the bright interface and am always surprised when people prefer it... I am happy that it is possible to choose!
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