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granulate

[′gran·yə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
To form or crystallize into grains, granules, or small masses.
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The reason for combining subtractive synthesis with granular synthesis was the fact that granular synthesis contains many rich details because it is a sample-based synthesis technique.
Creative Time's two-week-long music program "Audiolab" opens July 13, featuring the likes of Scanner and Moby each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in the grandiose cavern of Brooklyn's Anchorage; leading up to the series will be a sound installation by Austrian artists Granular Synthesis (June 1-25).
(17.) Barry Truax, "Real-Time Granular Synthesis with a Digital Signal Processing Computer," Computer Music Journal 12, no.
This second edition differs most notably from the first, published in 1985, in its addition of several ideas and techniques that have since gained greater prominence, such as phase vocoding, granular synthesis, and physical modeling.
It is here that another form of contact is established, with granular synthesis. If on the one hand the digital interpretation of Stockhausen's techniques leads to links with highly controlled manipulation of the frequency domain in the form of FOE synthesis, it also leads to links with the time-domain, texturally oriented approaches of granular synthesis.