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Tonight’s blog post is another modest project with a short writeup. In it, I review a slightly obscure 20-year-old synthesis method developed mostly by electronic music pioneer Curtis Roads:
The second half of the post is the more interesting one, demonstrating how I code pulsar synthesis in SuperCollider and providing two audio samples of the technique in a serious (if abstract) musical context. It ties into previous blog posts on “switching” and “moisture bass.”