The Sound Design Toolkit is a collection of physically informed sound synthesis models, specifically designed for practice and research in Sonic Interaction Design. The collection is based on a hierarchical, perceptually founded taxonomy of everyday sound events, and implemented by procedural audio algorithms which emphasize the role of sound as a process rather than a product. The models are intuitive to control – and the resulting sounds easy to predict – as they rely on basic everyday listening experience. Physical descriptions of sound events are intentionally simplified to emphasize the most perceptually relevant timbral features, and to reduce computational requirements as well.

Baldan, S., Delle Monache, S., & Rocchesso, D. (2017). The Sound Design Toolkit. SOFTWAREX, 6, 255-260 [10.1016/j.softx.2017.06.003].

The Sound Design Toolkit

Rocchesso, Davide
2017

Abstract

The Sound Design Toolkit is a collection of physically informed sound synthesis models, specifically designed for practice and research in Sonic Interaction Design. The collection is based on a hierarchical, perceptually founded taxonomy of everyday sound events, and implemented by procedural audio algorithms which emphasize the role of sound as a process rather than a product. The models are intuitive to control – and the resulting sounds easy to predict – as they rely on basic everyday listening experience. Physical descriptions of sound events are intentionally simplified to emphasize the most perceptually relevant timbral features, and to reduce computational requirements as well.
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Baldan, S., Delle Monache, S., & Rocchesso, D. (2017). The Sound Design Toolkit. SOFTWAREX, 6, 255-260 [10.1016/j.softx.2017.06.003].
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