[linux-audio-user] how to synthesize this sound

Atte André Jensen atte.jensen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 17:08:42 EST 2005


Michael T D Nelson wrote:

> Ok, I got it now. It does sound a lot like a wind chime, doesn't it?

Indeed.

> Ok. No offence taken, I hope!

No, no...

> I'm afraid I don't really have a better answer. Are you sure it's 
> synthesised?

Yes!

> I don't have any decent speakers to listen properly at the 
> moment, I'm afraid.

I'm on headphones here.

> In a similar vein to my last post - have you tried googling for "wind 
> chime synthesis"? I haven't any great practical experience of synthesis, 
> but I did just find a few interesting methods. I'm not sure what they 
> would sound like though. You'd probably know better than me.

I might have to go through google. Often a simple, clear explanation of 
a knowing person is the best, and I was (still is) hoping for that here...

> Also, are there any synthesis-related newsgroups or mailing lists where 
> responses might be more useful?

I'm casually reading rec.music.makers.synth, but mostly people there are 
  interresting in modelA vs modelB or gimme-the-patches-for-download. 
The level of insight and thoroughness here seems infinitely higher IMHO.

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peace, love & harmony
Atte

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