1. How to create a Groove Template from Audio and apply it to MIDI

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    In this short video, I show you how to take a "groove" or "feel" from a stereo audio file and apply that feel to a MIDI track within Pro Tools 11. It's very simple.

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    • Density estimator trained on HOG-based filters with a 10 bin quantization

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      • What's New in Science - Computing a Small Molecule: Water

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        What's New in Science Anne-Frances Miller Part 3 of 4: Understanding molecules requires more sophisticated models. Modeling software is introduced, which we use to build a model of water, and simulate its vibrations and stretching.

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        • What's New in Science - From Electrons to Materials: How Small is Small?

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          What's New in Science Anne-France Miller Part 1 of 4: We discuss the scale of atoms and their constituents, and explore some things that we know about interactions and forces within the atom.

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          • Virtually Augmenting Hundreds of Real Pictures: An Approach based on Learning, Retrieval, and Tracking

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            AUTHORS: Julien Pilet, Hideo Saito ABSTRACT: Tracking is a major issue of virtual and augmented reality applications. Single object tracking on monocular video streams is fairly well understood. However, when it comes to multiple objects, existing methods lack scalability and can recognize only a limited number of objects. Thanks to recent progress in feature matching, state-of-the-art image retrieval techniques can deal with millions of images. However, these methods do not focus on real-time video processing and can not track retrieved objects. In this paper, we present a method that combines the speed and accuracy of tracking with the scalability of image retrieval. At the heart of our approach is a bi-layer clustering process that allows our system to index and retrieve objects based on tracks of features, thereby effectively summarizing the information available on multiple video frames. As a result, our system is able to track in real-time multiple objects, recognized with low delay from a database of more than 300 entries.

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            • Extensions of Parallel Coordinates for Interactive Exploration of Large Multi-Timepoint Data Sets

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              AUTHORS: Jorik Blaas, Charl P. Botha, Frits H. Post ABSTRACT: Parallel coordinate plots (PCPs) are commonly used in information visualization to provide insight into multi-variate data. These plots help to spot correlations between variables. PCPs have been successfully applied to unstructured datasets up to a few millions of points. In this paper, we present techniques to enhance the usability of PCPs for the exploration of large, multi-timepoint volumetric data sets, containing tens of millions of points per timestep. The main difficulties that arise when applying PCPs to large numbers of data points are visual clutter and slow performance, making interactive exploration infeasible. Moreover, the spatial context of the volumetric data is usually lost. We describe techniques for preprocessing using data quantization and compression, and for fast GPU-based rendering of PCPs using joint density distributions for each pair of consecutive variables, resulting in a smooth, continuous visualization. Also, fast brushing techniques are proposed for interactive data selection in multiple linked views, including a 3D spatial volume view. These techniques have been successfully applied to three large data sets: Hurricane Isabel (Vis'04 contest), the ionization front instability data set (Vis'08 design contest), and data from a large-eddy simulation of cumulus clouds. With these data, we show how PCPs can be extended to successfully visualize and interactively explore multi-timepoint volumetric datasets with an order of magnitude more data points.

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              • Coursera Assignment Week 2: Correcting imperfect Midi Performance in Sonar X3

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                Visual guide to correcting a live midi recording played via controller and softsynth. Simple quantasize function is used.

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                • Mister Dither

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                  New adventures in analog-to-digital conversion...

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                  • QUANTIZATION IN MOTION

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                    http://ffd8.org/qim QUANTIZATION IN MOTION visualizes the effects of pushing key components of JPEG compression (DCT) beyond an ideal state. This results in a stable glitch, making a transparent process opaque and demonstrates the rich set of aesthetics a digital image holds within.

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