In this TouchDesigner tutorial we look at how we can use audio data and CHOPs to manipulate a wide variety of sketches. This also works with the audiodevicein. As I quickly touch upon in the video - the input can be anything, not just extracted audio data.
TD-Faust is like a very basic version of the online FAUST IDE. Tested on Windows and macOS! It enables FAUST code to run inside TouchDesigner. Up to 256 channels of input and 256 channels of output. Pick your own block size and sample rate. Any of the standard FAUST libraries can be used.
Ever had difficulties setting up your link with Ableton before a gig? Well, I did. Getting those rock-solid-in-sync-triggers from Ableton into Touchdesigner is a workflow I've dreamt of years ago, and it works very well.
This page is about how to use TouchDesigner to create shapes for lasers, colour them with powerful tools, and ultimately send the produced data from the Laser CHOP to multiple lasers using the AVB protocol throught the Audio Device Out CHOP. PLEASE ALWAYS BE AWARE:
I've used JUCE to create a C++ plugin that uses VST instruments and effects in TouchDesigner. You can control most VST parameters from CHOP input. You can even control them at audio rates. For example, at 60 FPS, one frame of 44100 Hz audio is 735 samples.
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Hi all! Today we've got a great in-depth guest post from Crystal Jow about her process in making this piece of analog-digital hybrid art in TouchDesigner that is audio reactive.
Finally, after 4 years of research and development, geoMusica software gets released, and on very special day, the Full Moon of August. I really hope this is the beginning of a wonderful process of sharing and growing with the community of fellow users and developers!