Image-Based Spatialization

Eric Lyon

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Abstract

An approach to spatialization is described in which the pixels of an image determine both spatial and other attributes of individual elements in a multi-channel musical texture. The application of this technique in the author’s composition Spaced Images with Noise and Lines is discussed in detail. The relationship of this technique to existing image-to-sound mappings is discussed. The particular advantage of modifying spatial properties with image filters is considered.
Original languageEnglish
Pages200-203
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Bibliographical note

ICMC 2012 paper coupled with a musical performance (piece&paper category).

Keywords

  • Computer Music
  • Audio Programming
  • Image Processing
  • Audio Spatialization

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Lyon, E. (2012). Image-Based Spatialization. 200-203.