Code & Applications
This page contains selected codes and applications that you may find interesting, educative, and most of all helpful. Part of the following applications have been developed by SoniconLab, and the other part belongs to companies and developers that we appreciate and follow their work. The applications are for Mac and Windows (not all of them are cross-platform), and they are free - in some cases open-sourced.
SIM-AV4 is an application that is used for pedagogical reasons, giving complete information about a sound recording studio. For more information click here.
IanniX is a graphical open-source sequencer based on Iannis Xenakis works for digital art installations and sound compositions. For more information click here.
TrackPad Synth has been developed by [ a n y m a ] and it is an application that generates sounds based on the multitouch trackpad of MacBook. For more information visit [ a n y m a ] website.
Bupp!! is an experimentation in generative sound based on a playful grid with moving circles. For more information visit Pixel Mechanics website.
Kapling is a simple physical modelling synthesizer based on a Karplus-Strong algorithm, and you can use live or in studio applications. For more information click here.
Chroma Key Live
Chroma Key Live is an application developed by Zach Poff, and it is an interesting tool that lets you operate chroma key in live applications. For more information visit Zach's website.
SeqCon is an application that is mainly used for live theater performances. It is a professional tool that manages the sequencing of all the audio files. For more information click here.
Non-realtime video analysis, exporting motiongrams, and various quantitative features of movement. For more info click here.
Nagi is a musical game that you can use for listening or for using in a composition. For more information click here.
Tap N' Tune 1.3
Tap N' Tune is a combination of tuner and metronome that you can use for your musical performance. For more info click here.