Aken Audio has designed and implemented an internal digital signal processor in the Continuum Fingerboard.
Designed by composer and Continuum performer Edmund Eagan, the internal patches were prototyped in Symbolic Sound’s Kyma, then hand coded for the Continuum’s Sharc processor. Immediate variances within a performer’s playing technique are translated into sonic expression, designed to create a human-instrument feedback loop that responds like an actual acoustic instrument.
“Every surface interaction, no matter how dramatic or subtle, shapes the sound. Delicate pitch inflections, wild timbral sweeps, pulsing amplitude shifts, and exotic tone clusters are just some of the possibilities, ” according to Haken Audio.
The new internal sounds are an addition to the existing Midi output and control voltage capabilities of the Continuum Fingerboard.
The Continuum Fingerboard is available for direct purchase from Haken Audio.
More info and pricing on www.cerlsoundgroup.org/Continuum.
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