Here we post some examples of software created for Scottish Voices projects.

Software for the Digital Hurdy-Gurdy

The software driving our “digital hurdy-gurdy” was a project of the Science and Music Research Group (SMRG) of Glasgow University’s Engineering School, directed by Dr Nick Bailey.  We call the instrument colloquially the SMRGyGurdy.

The code was written by Science and Music Research Group graduate Dr Graham Percival, during his PhD candidacy at SMRG, under the supervision of Dr Bailey. The software is based on Dr Percival’s Artifistring project, with some updates by Dr Bailey – Click Here

The code is released on Github – Click Here