This presentation presents two software developments, Partiels and ASAP.
Partiels is an application for the analysis of digital audio files intended for researchers in signal processing, musicologists, composers, and sound designers. It offers a dynamic and ergonomic interface in order to explore the content and the characteristics of sounds.
AudioSculpt As Plugins - A set of audio plugins that take over and adapt some of the features of AudioSculpt in order to be used in digital audio workstations.
Pierre Guillot is a Ph.D. in aesthetics, science, and technology of the arts, specializing in Music. He defended his thesis at the University of Paris 8 in 2017 as part of the programs of the Laboratoire d'Excellence Arts-H2H. Through his research career, he has participated in the creation of numerous projects and tools for music, in particular the ambisonics sound spatialization library HOA, the collaborative patching software Kiwi or the multi-format and multi-platform plugin Camomile. Since 2018, he joined IRCAM within the Innovation and Research Means department, in which he is in charge of the development of projects such as Partiels, ASAP, and TS2.