The second instrument I've created for the Random Ambient
collaboration uses pvanal
and the opcode pvoc
to resynthesize a heavy, single note drone from an original bagpipe sample.
The bagpipe sample used comes from Freesound
: Bagpipe Drone - Solo 2.wav
, under a Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License
). I think this definitely qualifies as sampling plus
I have posted the source code below. However, I just uploaded four tracks to ccMixter
, based on the notes A, C, E, and G. Here's the logistics of the situation:
- I split the original stereo sample track into two separate .wav files.
- I uploaded them as .ogg files.
- Before you are able to run this instrument, you need to decompress them to .wav format, then run the pvanal program on both of them. The files should be named 32878L.pv and 32878R.pv
- To generate the different notes, and to see how I developed the slightly different textures for each of them, you can replace the orchestra section of the .csd file with one of the .orc files below.