GH Sound

Office work is keeping me busy lately but there are some experiments and small project waiting around the corner. A topic I’m interested in is a continuation of the data visualization series focused on sound. First I was curious how far Andy developed Firefly for Grasshopper to perform sound analysis “in house”. Second, I realized that I probably have to outsource that part and import from external applications such as Processing or vvvv (which slows things down again). See some first screens below and stay tuned.




Comments 2

  1. roxana says on June 27, 2017

    Hi. I am a PhD in architecture in the Edinburgh University. I am fascinated by your sound representation using grasshopper. May I ask what plugin you used and how may I import my sound files in the grasshopper?

  2. pbedarf says on November 24, 2017

    Hey Roxana, thanks for your comment! Those little experiments date already back quite a while but I think that the sound was live recorded from my crappy laptop microphone. I used the grasshopper plugin firefly. May I ask in which field you conduct your research?

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