[L2Ork-dev] Expression of interest in GSoC 2020
jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 12:41:20 EDT 2020
On Mon, Mar 30, 2020 at 11:04 AM Tsz Kiu Pang <osamupang at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> Thank you very much for your feedback so far.
> I have just written a proposal (still a draft at the moment any comment is welcomed)
Some quick comments:
* in addition to the misconceptions, explain what each external will
do with as much detail as possible on how you will achieve it
* don't start #4 with "etc.". Either fill it in with an additional
misconception or leave it off.
* expand your timeline so that you show times when you work on coding each class
* if possible, try to explain how each external may also be generally useful.
* make sure to include a reference to some of the work you've done so
far in preparation.
I'll try to have a look at your filter later today.
> On Thu, 26 Mar 2020 at 02:03, Jonathan Wilkes <jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 8:20 AM Tsz Kiu Pang <osamupang at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi Jonathan,
>> > Thank you very much for your feedback.
>> > On Tue, 24 Mar 2020 at 12:06, Jonathan Wilkes <jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 7:58 AM Tsz Kiu Pang <osamupang at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> How about an object based on this misconception mentioned from the project idea:
>> >> "as the frequency in a digital audio signal approaches Nyquist the
>> >> accuracy of that signal degrades"
>> > This sounds interesting. In my mind this could be achieved by having an FFT (or
>> > something similar) analysing if the high frequency components reaching a certain
>> > threshold. If it does, then I can add noise to the samples. Please let me know if you
>> > have something else in mind.
>> It would help to do a search and read some forums and other articles
>> on that misconception, which is particularly common. Try to find out what people
>> believe is happening to reduce the quality at those frequencies and
>> what it would
>> actually sound like if it were true. I think there's a specific way in
>> which those
>> people believe the signal gets distorted, and I'll be curious to know
>> if you find that,
> With a basic search, I found this website which is probably quite helpful:
> At the moment an idea would be the myth that "Digital audio has steps", which could be achieved by using adding quantisation noise using a filter.
> Does that sound like a viable idea?
>> > Although I have been working on the fake news library project, I believe the skills
>> > are transferable between these two projects, and that my implementation of the
>> > vinyl~ filter has shown my basic understanding of the pure data API.
>> So are you thinking of switching to the "Data Over Audio Messaging" project?
> Given the timeframe, I will just stick to the Fake News project.
> Kind regards,
> Tsz Kiu
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