About OramicsThanks to all those who have supported the Oramics project by purchasing this app. We're really grateful for the fantastic response to our humble tribute to Daphne. To celebrate the October 10th 2011 opening of the Science Museum's 'Oramics to Electronica' exhibition, which features an interactive touchscreen version of this app, we're dropping the price! We understand that users have had problems with a background image not loading correctly we're looking into fixing this as soon as possible. Oramics is a drawn sound technique developed by Daphne Oram in 1957. Oram's composition machine consisted of a large rectangular metal frame, providing a tablelike surface traversed by ten synchronised strips of clear, sprocketed 35mm film. The musician drew shapes on the film to create a mask, which modulated the light received by photocells. Although the output from the machine was monophonic, the sounds could be added to multitrack tapes to provide more texture. The original machine is in storage at the Science Museum in London and is expected to go on display in 2011. This iPhone app tries to bring to life the incredible sound of the Oramics Machine. Users can draw aspects of a sound in a drawn composition on top of film reels, including the envelope, pitch, reverb, vibrato, as well control the shape of the sound by drawing a waveshape on top of a glass plate.
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The app Oramics is compatible with te following devices.
- iPod Touch (models: 5, 4, 3, 1)
- iPad (models: 3 4G, 4, 2, Mini 4G, 2 3G, Mini, 3, 4 4G, 1 3G, 1)
- iPhone (models: 5s, 6, 5c, 4s, 4, 3GS, 6 Plus, 5, 3G, 1)