The Wablet – physics based synthesiser and noise toy

December 4, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Robert Tubb has introduced The Wablet, a “physics based synthesiser and noise toy”.

An animated mesh of springs can be vibrated with the fingers. A path around this mesh is read as into an audio waveform, and hence your gestures are turned into sound. Complex evolving drones, chiptunes bleeps or full on noise can be produced, and beautiful undulating patterns created. The physical properties of the mesh can be changed using the sliders, new sound-paths can be drawn onto the Mesh and the App comes with a Max/MSP patch for wireless MIDI control and more in depth adjustable parameters. The Wablet scans the current state of the interactive mass-spring network and uses that waveshape as an oscillator cycle for synthesizing sound.

The Wablet – being triggered via MIDI over a wireless network. No two loops are quite the same.

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