Soundmaps makes music out of your desktop actions. Soundmaps
translates a part of the bitmap image on your desktop into sound.
Drawing, typing, surfing, playing a movie etc. will constantly
change the sound. Hence, you can make your own music while working.
Soundmaps becomes your personal music mate.
Soundmaps has 6 different modes and is very easy to install
and use. Everyone should be able to play with it . Soundmaps
can be an excellent device for mixing DJing and VJing presentations.
Mode 1: Kritsj Raw bitmap data is send to the sound card.
Mode 2: Kratsj Frequency to time domain conversion is carried
out before output to the card.
Mode 3: MIDI Instrumentalisation using harps and banjos
in dodecatonic scale. (6 instruments)
Mode 4: Classic 1 A blues chord progression is imposed
to pianos and a bass. (6 instruments)
Mode 5: Classic 2 A walse in heptatonic scale.
Mode 6: Almost nix Does not do too much.
Soundmaps translates computer gestuality in sound
: article on neural.it
14-09-2005 19.00 presentation/installation
Soundmaps Monoquini Montpellier
cd "Best of Windows" 2005 entirely
made with Soundmaps
1.0 & 3.00
the user friendly version (1.0) of soundmaps.exe 2.4 Mb zip file.
For PC >500 MHz.
If you do not mind to read the manual, please try the complete
complicated version (v 3.00) 8.8 Mb.
code of soundmaps v 3.00 for Borland C++ (5.2) is available
for download (zip, 1.1 Mb).
Copyright (c): 11/11/2006, Jan de Weille
Copyleft: this work of art is free, you can redistribute it and/or
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