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To that end, I wanted to empower students with their own work inside Kyma, so we spent a class walking through the process of Encapsulation. Encapsulated Sounds can help one save time, grow as a practitioner, and engage with the growing Kyma community.

Tool building and sharing also invites positive activities like research, collaboration, and publication. The Kyma X Revealed section on Encapsulation pp. This article seeks to provide a current walkthrough of encapsulation that supplements existing documentation. What will you need? Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop , and your design thinking hat helpful. The process to Encapsulation follows five basic steps.

Create a Sound s to encapsulate 2. Define your controls and change the values numbers or! Add default values to the controls to open up Class Editor 5. Add descriptions and icon, set parameter types, and close to Save Class. Step 1. I created a simple Sound to encapsulate Figure 1.

Figure 1. Kyma Sound, a one-sample wide impulse of N-samples long, ready for Encapsulation. The Kyma Sound to encapsulate, a one-sample wide impulse of N-samples long, is meant for controlling the amplitude of a single band in a spectral analysis of the same sample length e.

Figure 2. SyntheticSpectrumFromArray Sound parameters ready for encapsulation. Figure 3. DelayWithFeedback Sound parameters ready for encapsulation Step 2. I labelled the most helpful controls for the encapsulation process as green? The three user parameters,? Delay provide the user with the ability to control the amplitude of any single partial in a spectral analysis of n-window size.

SyntheticSpectrumFromArray Figure 2 creates a n-sample long spectrum with only one envelope. Since Kyma handles spectrums in the time domain as Amplitudes in the Left channel and Frequencies in the Right Channel, we treat the Partials parameter field more like the Sample length of the analysis.

A single envelope is generated with the Envelope parameter field set to 1, there will only be one partial to control, with all other envelope amplitudes set to 0. In essence,? Footnote: An esoteric note about this particular Sound. Because the variable? ImpulseAmplitude is a green? Time for Encapsulation. Figure 4. Kyma Action menu, New class from example, which encapsulates the chosen Sound.

Step 4. The menu selection will then generate a user prompt to add default values to the three green? For now, one may enter 1 for? ImpulseAmplitude, for? Figure 5. Step 5. Figures 6 and 7 depict the encapsulation editing process before and after. Figure 6. Encapsulation editor before edits are made. Figure 7. Encapsulation editor after edits are made. The various fields altered for the encapsulation are as follow.

Name is the name of the class, which can be searched for. Class description is the overall description, which can include overall sonic description, use cases, and user specific comments. Parameters are designated before creating a new class. For example,? The parameter field in the Class editor contains our default value from the previous step, but can be changed in the editor.

In addition, the Parameter options in the left tab will enable one to set Type, Field Type, and Category of the Parameter altering how the parameter field behaves and looks. Figure 7 depicts two of three parameter fields and these options. Close the Editor window to save the class. Figure 8 shows the completed encapsulated sound.

Figure 8. Kyma Sound after encapsulation. Three user fields generated in the process. Since the delay is set to 0. Because the single sample may be moved in time Delay parameter and has control of gain ImpulseAmplitude parameter , the Class may be used as a partial picker in Spectral Analysis. Figure 9. The first partial is displayed as the first sample, second partial as second sample, etc.

Understanding this concept, we may use One Sample-Wide Impulse to control read multiply amplitudes of the left channel in a spectral analysis. FIgure Live Spectral Analysis samples in Kyma shown within an oscilloscope.

Figure One Sample-Wide Impulse multiplying the Amplitudes of a spectral analysis, so the Class functions as a single partial picker. Delay is set relative to the partials in the analysis.


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Akinokasa It sounds like you did a lot of research on the frequency domain and it reminds me a bit the Michael Norris plug-in suite. What I often hear from a kyma friend is that reaktor has its own sound you can recognize easily. I really like the Kyma info thanks for sharing as I got one too. Obviously, only a little percentage of that was used, because some of it was intended for some other projects. Its true often reaktor does not sound that polished, e.



Obviously, only a little percentage of that was used, because some of it was intended for some other projects. Just contact Symbolic Sound. Sweet action Kgma, this is a great blog! Click here to cancel reply.

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