software + Hans-Christoph Steiner

No Software Patents!! In Europe or the US or anywhere. I believe that all software should be free and all software that I write is available under the terms of the GNU GPL.

StickMusic StickMusic is an instrument comprised of two haptic devices, a joystick and a mouse, which control a phase vocoder in real time. The purpose is to experiment with ideas of how to apply haptic feedback when controlling synthesis algorithms that have no direct analogy to methods of generating sound in the physical world.
serendiPd This collection of Pd patches allows multiple users to edit a shared patch at the same time over a network. This opens up many opportunites for interaction and collaboration. The initial inspiration for serendiPd was the idea of pair programming.
atorat atorat is software written in Pd which allows control over many synthesis nodes spread across an unlimited number of computers. cluster of computers, each having two channels of sound.
Pd Pd is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio and graphical processing. It was planned as a free, better and more stable Max/FTS, which has also been developed by Miller Puckette at IRCAM. I have contributed a few HID objects and the Windows and MacOS X distributions.
Cecilia Cecilia is an environment for music and signal-processing that uses Csound as its underlying audio processing engine. One can think of Cecilia as a completely programmable sound-processing tool, with real-time interactive processing on soundfiles or live input, and as a full blown software synthesizer with configurable knobs. So far, I have served as an instigator to getting it released under the GNU GPL, so that it can be revived and further developed.
MusicKit The MusicKit began as part of NeXTSTEP and now is being ported to Mac OS X and GNUstep. I am just another person in a long line of people who as worked on it. So far most of my contribution has been with the documentation. I am starting to port old NeXTSTEP MusicKit apps to OPENSTEP so that they will be able to run on Mac OS X and GNUstep.
Piezo Power! Piezo Power! is a little Palm music app that was written by Timothy Derfner. Since the author has seemingly vanished and it was released under the GPL, I have taken over the project with the aim of making it output MIDI.

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