loop w pitch modulated by needle soaring over graphic terrain
The basic idea behind this is to use a terrain--a 2d image representation of elevations--to drive a modulator. Watch the little dot in the terrain window as it soars over the landscape, like a record needle reading the landscape. The height of the landscape determines the output of the needle. Select different snapshots to select different ways of reading the landscape, e.g. spiral over it, lawnmower pattern, etc.
The output of the modulator drives speed of playback of a loop much the same as the jamLoop in jambientRkt.
Use jambient ImageTxtToTable to prepare terrain tables.
See enclosed RTF for documentation--***including insane hack for converting a BMP graphic into a 2d ntf format table, now superseded by ImageTxtToTable.
(NB RTF file in the zip seems to have been converted to RTF.TXT by the library; rename it to open the file.)
NI please release the specs for this format so we can write converters!!!