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8 Sep

My composition professor at MSU introduced “wigout” to me, which is a synthesis program with which on builds sounds sample by sample. You control the amplitude level and length in samples of a segment, combine a number of segments into a longer loop and dictate how the level and length variables will change over time.

This piece is a sequence of a sounds created using wigout.

I don’t remember where to get this, but you can surely find wigout online, or email me at and I’ll try to remember, look for it, or ask Dr. Sullivan again if all else fails.