[Sidefx-houdini-list] music to geo
kikohoudini at escritorioemcasa.net
Sat Aug 25 11:05:39 EDT 2007
If all you want to do is deform geometry to a chop wave like sound,
simple chopf() on a point sop will do the trick. In my experience a
combination of Parametric EQ and the envelope chop do a great job at
isolating sound frequencies just keep in mind that low sound freqs
happen around 50hz and high ones do all the way up to 30khz.
The only problem with using chopf() is that you get deformation of
the entire surface. If you want a wave "travelling" effect you have
to mess around with our geometry in chops.
On Aug 24, 2007, at 1:39 PM, Andrew D Lyons wrote:
> CHOPs comes with band pass. low pass and high pass filters. You will
> need to take artistic license with representations in the model
> obviously, but these CHOPs should help you isolate the part of the
> signal that will drive the animation. Various envelope, trigger and
> filter CHOPs should help build a channel that you can use to amp up a
> pre-contrived animation on your model.
> Good luck!
> On 24/08/07, Jed Schwartz <jed at jedschwartz.com> wrote:
>> I'm working on a shot that illustrates the inner workings of the
>> cochlea (hearing)-
>> I'm trying to figure out the best way to drive frequency waves along
>> the surface of a long narrow plane via a sound track through chops-
>> The higher frequencies (notes) need to stay to the left side of the
>> plane and lower notes need to show up on the right with mid tones in
>> I thought I remembered seeing an example file of something like this
>> some years back- can't seem to find it- Any thoughts or links to
>> examples would be appreciated!
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