Physics behind Vibed

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Hi,

Recently, I've got interested in string sound synthesis. I've even made a model for an oscillating string (differential equations, badly heavy on CPU) and keep on fooling around with it. And then, I've discovered Vibed.

So, how does it work? Is there any physics behind it?

Thanks.
Andrew.
nctrd wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 7:10 pm
Hi,
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Vibed. how does it work? Is there any physics behind it?
All of LMMS is open source!
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Dl. the complete LMMS C++ code here:
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Recently, I've got interested in string sound synthesis. I've made a model for an oscillating string.
We are always looking for coders! If you have c++ knowledge you will be most welcome to join!
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Dear musikbear,

I have zero experience in c++ and it's quite hard for me to understand the code.
However, from https://github.com/LMMS/lmms/blob/stabl ... g_string.h, I was able to guess that the plugin creates a wavepacket from a given waveform, and then moves it back and forth aloong string. In other words, it does not explicitly model harmonic oscillations. Is that correct?

Thanks.

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