The goal of our research team here at the Audio Genetics Lab is to take natural specimens from the world, mine their acoustic genome for aurally useful and stimulating possibilities, and then reconstruct the original specimen into wholly new creations of organic and inorganic compatibility through advanced audio gene manipulation. The new species are then organized and compiled into highly-performable instruments for use by other researchers in their home labs/studios.
The results of our first round of testing and audio genetics on the Tongue Drum dataset is complete. The library is now released freely to the public for download and use. We at the lab will welcome reports of use, side effects, and temperment changes resulting from use of these specimens.
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