is an
infinite modular
music sketchpad

coming to iPad
in the year 2020

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Auraglyph is a fundamentally new way of thinking about audio software programming, composition, and design, for iPad. Auraglyph was designed and created by Spencer Salazar during his doctoral studies at Stanford University. In Auraglyph, stylus input is used to draw audio processing and control units and the interconnections between them. These nodes are further parameterized by touch and handwritten input, from simple numerals to time- and frequency-domain signals. Machine learning-based handwriting recognition is used to analyze the user's stylus strokes, affording a rich vocabulary of symbolic input. Additional nodes are available for creating conventional input/output interfaces, such as orientation sensing and MIDI I/O.

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