Hiqh quality DPCM

Hi all, it’s been some time since I last wrote anything on this blog. This time around I’d like to share some experience that I’ve had with my recent hobby project: high quality time domain audio compression using DPCM (Differential Pulse-Code Modulation). Be warned: this is quite a lengthy post. tl;dr version: A Dynamic Differential …

Working on SoundBox

I’ve done some more work on the SoundBox tool, and as some of you may have noticed that it’s now live on the dedicated site: sb.bitsnbites.eu. Compared to the Lite version (posted to the Mozilla Dev Derby), a few new additions have been made: You can now import/export binary song files from/to your local computer. …

The SoundBox synth

After releasing the 4k demo SWAY, I’ve received much positive feedback regarding the synth that was used to produce the music. The synth is based on a new work-in-progress project that I have not released yet. However, my colleges convinced me to participate in the Mozilla Dev Derby (April 2012 is all about audio), so …

Sonant Live – sneak peek

Have been working on a web tool that I think is a bit different from the rest: It’s a music tracker that runs entirely in your browser! It’s currently a beta-release, but with some patience and training you can get it to do wonderful things. So try it out now: http://sonantlive.bitsnbites.eu/ The most annoying limitation …

JavaScript synth source released

For those who want to try out the JavaScript sound synth yourselves, I’ve released the source code. It’s available in a GIT repository over at Gitorious:¬†https://gitorious.org/js-sonant/js-sonant. The code has been released under the zlib/libpng license, so use it as you wish. Many thanks to Jake Taylor (Ferris / Youth Uprising) for making the original Sonant …