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h1. Overview
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Collidoscope is an interactive, collaborative sound installation and musical instrument (granular synthesizer) that allows participants to seamlessly record, manipulate, explore and perform real-world sounds. It is designed for both amateurs and professional musicians.
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Collidsocope massively drives on the research conducted at the Center for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London in real-time sound processing and synthesis, hardware design, physical computing, UI design, designing for interaction, accessibility and collaboration.
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The granular synthesis engine is based on Ross Becina's paper "Implementing Real-Time Granular Synthesis":http://www.cs.au.dk/~dsound/DigitalAudio.dir/Papers/BencinaAudioAnecdotes310801.pdf, on the TGrains Unit Generator of the SuperCollider language and on the Cross-modal DAW Prototype developed in the EPSRC funded project Design Patterns for Inclusive Collaboration (DePIC)