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I lost name of interesting program...

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KVRist
 
200 posts since 29 Dec, 2012, from Poland
  

Postby Ranjarresh; Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:40 am I lost name of interesting program...

Few weeks ago I found some interesting instrument with functionality of images sonification. I downloaded few samples of images-sounds sets from its website.
I found it accidentally during intense session of googling, so I didn't make any notes and I haven't remembered its name.

Then I lost its trace during moving my workshop to new computer. Folder with all those temporary content was lost. I have no browser history, no files, nothing.

Yes, I tried undelete tools, but related disk area was multiple times ovewritten with new data.

ONLY thing that survived is one image from website of this program, which was used in example of image sonification.

Here it is:

Image

Its original name of file was atg_smp_07.jpg

Yes, I tried TinEye and Google Image Search. No results.

Now KVR community is my last hope :)

Does anybody associate some program name with this image?

Help will be appreciated.
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addled muppet weed
 
34207 posts since 25 Jan, 2003, from through the looking glass
 

Postby vurt; Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:49 am

photosounder?
metasynth?

dont recognise the image but those two do what youre after :)
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KVRist
 
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Postby Ranjarresh; Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:59 am

vurt wrote:photosounder?
metasynth?

dont recognise the image but those two do what youre after :)


I use PhotoSounder and I know MetaSynth.

Unfortunately, program with lost name is not any of them...

I made desperate google searches, trying various expressions for
describing program generating (among other functions) sound from images.
It helped me to discover few interesting programs, but not this lost one.
https://soundcloud.com/metadronos
Join me and other ambient music passionates at http://www.ambientonline.org
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addled muppet weed
 
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Postby vurt; Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:01 am

could it be coagulight?
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KVRist
 
200 posts since 29 Dec, 2012, from Poland
  

Postby Ranjarresh; Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:07 am

vurt wrote:could it be coagulight?


I have and use CoagulaLight, AudioPaint, PhotoSounder, SonicPhoto Gold
and this program was not any of them. This was instrument/effect with more functions than simple image sonification and it was commercial. This is the only thing I remember :(
https://soundcloud.com/metadronos
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Postby whyterabbyt; Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:08 am

To laymen, software development is something akin to wizardry. Neither time, nor effort are involved. If software is missing features they want, or has bugs, it is solely because someone has been too lazy to wave their magic wand.
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KVRist
 
200 posts since 29 Dec, 2012, from Poland
  

Postby Ranjarresh; Tue Feb 19, 2013 8:10 am



YES! This is it!

Thank you very much!

:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :tu:

I knew that asking here will help :)
https://soundcloud.com/metadronos
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