Wavizer software translates numeric data to audio


The Wavizer Team has released some details on the upcoming Wavizer, a cross-platform software allowing the transformation of any numeric data set into an audible sound wave.

The implementation of various functions and parameters implies a precise control of the wave shape.

Our aim is to reach a new level of conceptualization offering the Wavizer users the ability to explore still-unknown ways of sound creation or analysis. Indeed because of its numeric input format, it is possible to use countless typles of data: seismic events, biological phenomena, paleoclimatic variations or even economical index values.

Wavizer features

  • Because of its unique concept Wavizer establishes itself as an experimental tool dedicated to various fields of expertise: Experimental, Scientific, and Musical.
  • The possibilities of usage are incredible wide. However, while developing the software, the Wavizer Team has been thinking of some of them:
    • For scientists
      • Professional audio illustration of documents or presentations.
      • Documentary films
      • Data processing and analysis
    • and for musicians
      • Sound design
      • Sample-based synthesis
      • Impulse Responses
      • Experimental side-chain compression control

More information: Wavizer (website no longer available)

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The Wavizer guy steals ideas from people, by asking them to guess what the software is about, at first. He’s at it again at this point on FB… (as of oct 5th) That’s why he closed the twitter account after phishing the idea I had about sonic transposition of equations; we exchanged in Private Messaging about what I had in mind (naively thinking to find out what Wavizer was about…) and he did his thing, with a clever amount of reveal none (yet show interest with reservation) and double-check on my sources. Said: «Interesting, interesting»…. Right after that, he closed… Read more »

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Hi Ovnibox, I am the manager of the Wavizer project. I was truly shocked by your message because I never thought of all of this. Wavizer has nothing to do with phishing ideas. The initial idea was to run a kind of mysterious promotion, however I rapidly changed my mind in order to concentrate on the software development and on the other projects I am working on. Hence the end of the Twitter account. Wavizer aren’t obviously stealing any idea. Moreover it will be a free software, so there’s no point to steal anything. Even if I do understand your… Read more »