Libraries from the community
A lot of libraries have been developed by the community. They are presented in the following sections.
20 years of research, teaching and creation in mixed music using Faust language
abclib library is released by the CICM / MUSIDANSE (Centre de Recherches Informatique et Création Musicale, Paris 8 University) and is the result of 20 years of research, teaching and creation in mixed music, expressed as a set of codes in Faust language. The main topics addressed are: spatial sound processing and synthesis using ambisonics, multi-channel sound processing, utility objects for mixed music.
This repository contains libraries including some essential building blocks for the implementation of musical complex adaptive systems in Faust programming.
It includes a set of time-domain algorithms, some of which are original, for the processing of low-level and high-level information as well as the processing of sound using standard and non-conventional techniques. It also includes functions for the realisation of networks with different topologies, linear and nonlinear mapping strategies to render positive and negative feedback relationships, and different kinds of energy-preserving techniques for the stability of self-oscillating systems.
This algorithm addresses signal discontinuity and concatenation artefacts in real-time granular processing with rectangular windowing. By combining zero-crossing synchronicity, first-order derivative analysis, and Lagrange polynomials, we can generate streams of uncorrelated and non-overlapping sonic fragments with minimal low-order derivatives discontinuities.
The resulting open-source algorithm, implemented in the Faust language, provides a versatile real-time software for dynamical looping, wavetable oscillation, and granulation with reduced artefacts due to rectangular windowing and no artefacts from overlap-add-to-one techniques commonly deployed in granular processing.
ALS - Automatic Larsen Suppression algorithms implementing adaptive filtering through spectral centroid calculation, and adaptive ferquency shifting through RMS calculation.
This library contains a set of functions representing domain-limited versions of all Faust primitives and math functions that can potentially generate INF or NaN values. The goal of the library is to be able to implement DSP networks that, structurally, are free from INF and NaN values. Hence, the resulting programs should be rock-solid during real-time performance and virtually immune to crashes regardless of how mercilessly a network is modulated or how unstable a recursive system is made.
BitDSP is a set of Faust library functions aimed to help explore and research artistic possibilities of bit-based algorithms. BitDSP currently includes implementations of bit-based functions ranging from simple bit operations over classic delta-sigma modulations to more experimental approaches like cellular automata, recursive Boolean networks, and linear feedback shift registers.
Sustained Electro-Acoustic Music is a project inspired by Alvise Vidolin and Nicola Bernardini. The SEAM libraries have been developed for this project.