Description - Advanced Audio Visualization Using ThMAD by Peter Spath
Learn advanced techniques and improve your audio visualization skills with Thinking Machine Audio Dreams (ThMAD). With this book, you can concentrate on advanced examples and usage patterns, including using shaders in a more profound way, and how to incorporate ThMAD into a tool chain using the professional sound server JACK.
Advanced Audio Visualization Using ThMAD provides advanced techniques for generating graphics, improving performance, and providing readers with the skills needed to create more interesting visualizations. You will also learn professional setups with highly developed visual and aural art tool chains.
What You'll Learn
Who This Book Is For
- Use the ThMAD software for advanced setups in their personal and professional projects
- Gain a pragmatic introduction to using shaders
- Use JACK sound servers with ThMAD
- Control the timing ThMAD
- Work with advanced configurations
Artists and developers already familiar with ThMAD and looking to enhance their projects. In addition, readers primarily interested in using shaders or the Jack audio server for graphics generation can benefit from the book as well.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(235mm x 155mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Peter Spath
Peter Spath graduated in 2002 as a physicist and soon afterwards became an IT consultant. In 2016 he decided to concentrate on writing books on various topics, but with the main focus on software development. Throughout his career he always preferred to work with open source tools and also favored operating system independent platforms like Java. After using various audio visualization programs, he designed his own visualization suite, ThMAD, to overcome deficiencies for important functionalities, quality documentation, and bug fixes of existing visualization suites.