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"I used it in ISAM for a range of things from sound processing to sound synthesis. I’m still very much a student of the language and learning more all the time. It’s by no means the only thing I use, but it’s been getting more and more frequent as time goes on. One way I’ve been using it is to make playable instruments from field and foley recordings. An audio source is analyzed into its spectral properties using the TAU editor, then assigned various morphing, pitch and timbre properties that react to MIDI CC events. Again, I have a video of some early experiments with this on my website."more