Conference Guide

LibQuincy
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0:00'Tank!' by The Seatbelts, with most of Quincy's features disabled
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0:00'Tank!' by The Seatbelts, with most of Quincy's features disabled
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0:00'Tank!' by The Seatbelts, with most of Quincy's features disabled
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0:18Introducing LibQuincy
0:18Introducing LibQuincy
0:18Introducing LibQuincy
0:45John F. Kennedy's "We choose to go to the Moon" speech, with Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants) enabled
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0:45John F. Kennedy's "We choose to go to the Moon" speech, with Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants) enabled
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0:45John F. Kennedy's "We choose to go to the Moon" speech, with Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants) enabled
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1:05Describing Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants)
1:05Describing Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants)
1:05Describing Quincy's momentary peaks in time, recent bassline intensity and salient frequency peaks (formants)
1:33'Danny Boy' performed by John McDermott, with Quincy's peaks history enabled
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1:33'Danny Boy' performed by John McDermott, with Quincy's peaks history enabled
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1:33'Danny Boy' performed by John McDermott, with Quincy's peaks history enabled
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1:56The surprising complexity in a single human voice
1:56The surprising complexity in a single human voice
1:56The surprising complexity in a single human voice
2:07Perception of harmony and resonance
2:07Perception of harmony and resonance
2:07Perception of harmony and resonance
2:28Pachelbel's 'Canon in D' performed by Brooklyn Duo, with Quincy's harmonising frequency brackets and aurora background enabled
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2:28Pachelbel's 'Canon in D' performed by Brooklyn Duo, with Quincy's harmonising frequency brackets and aurora background enabled
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2:28Pachelbel's 'Canon in D' performed by Brooklyn Duo, with Quincy's harmonising frequency brackets and aurora background enabled
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2:48Pulses
2:48Pulses
2:48Pulses
3:14Uncredited audio, with Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking enabled
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3:14Uncredited audio, with Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking enabled
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3:14Uncredited audio, with Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking enabled
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3:25Describing Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking
3:25Describing Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking
3:25Describing Quincy's pulses and stereo divergence tracking
3:41Anticipation of the future
3:41Anticipation of the future
3:41Anticipation of the future
4:01'The Moon' from DuckTales by Hiroshige Tonomura, with Quincy's potential anticipated tones overlay enabled
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4:01'The Moon' from DuckTales by Hiroshige Tonomura, with Quincy's potential anticipated tones overlay enabled
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4:01'The Moon' from DuckTales by Hiroshige Tonomura, with Quincy's potential anticipated tones overlay enabled
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4:22Quincy's codebase
4:22Quincy's codebase
4:22Quincy's codebase
5:09'Ego Death' by Polyphia feat. Steve Vai, with all of Quincy's switches flipped1,2
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5:09'Ego Death' by Polyphia feat. Steve Vai, with all of Quincy's switches flipped1,2
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5:09'Ego Death' by Polyphia feat. Steve Vai, with all of Quincy's switches flipped1,2
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5:56Thanks to Abner and everyone
5:56Thanks to Abner and everyone
5:56Thanks to Abner and everyone