When: Wednesday 16th November 2022 @ 5:15 PM
Where: The Atrium (G.10), Alison House, 12 Nicholson Sq, University of Edinburgh
Title: Developing plugins using physical modelling synthesis and JUCE
Speakers: Dr Craig J. Webb (Physical Audio Ltd.)
This talk will examine the development of a new instrument plugin that is based on physical modelling synthesis. It will give a code-level overview of the workflow processes that are involved in creating and optimising real-time audio software using the JUCE framework. There will also be a demo of the latest prototype.
Dr Craig J. Webb originally read Computer Science at the University of Bath. He then studied for the MSc in Acoustic & Music Technology at the University of Edinburgh, followed by a PhD as part of the NESS project ran by Prof Stefan Bilbao. His thesis was on parallelisation of algorithms for physical modelling synthesis. After post-doctoral work he began focussing on real-time audio systems and started Physical Audio Ltd.