Hello
There is at IRCAM a pd implementation of modal synthesis, called modalys.
Modal synthesis is different from oscillators or karplus strong, in that it 
takes account for frequencies AND space data of vibrating structures (modal 
shapes), making it though possible to synthesize transient sounds and 
articulations in time domain which are difficult if not impossible to modelize 
in frequency domain. modalys is a pd library, works in real time and is a 
(very) simplified version of a lisp / C++ software which was developed in 80s, 
the latter making sounds more real than natural sounds. For more info, see 
JM ADRIEN (1989) The missing link : Modal Synthesis, in "The Representations of 
Sound", G.de Poli, A.Piccially and C.Roads editors. The MIT Press, Cambridge, 
Mass.

jm




> Le 6 août 2017 à 09:12, Mikael at UL <mikael.fernst...@ul.ie> a écrit :
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