Starting to research video-to-audio synthesis software for Linux. There seems to be some solutions out there to make sound interpretations even from live video feeds, but if any people on here have recommendations I'd love to hear them!

@haverholm during the first lockdown, Sean from Autechre was streaming some experiments on Twitch with a Max patch that was controlled in part by a video youtube.com/watch?v=EP37LslDAv - clues on how it might work on blank screens and statics screens. I assume it's using the value (brightness?) of selected pixels to control parameters of the sound generation

@haverholm on Linux, Puredata + Gem could probably do something similar, Gem has an object that allows you to get pixels values puredata.info/downloads/gem/do

@yhancik @haverholm long time ago i played a lot with 'phase input scanned synthesis oscillator' object in pure data (pdp lib). the object was called [pdp_scanxy~]

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@luka @yhancik Thanks for your suggestions! I'll have to look into those.

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