I wanted to share what I’ve just found for SDIF 3D file viewing, it’s an old stuff but still works with OM 6.17 on MacOS Mojave. Not tested on Windows. Made by Jean Bresson & Carlos Agon
SDIF-Edit is a tool for the visalization SDIF sound description data. SDIF-Edit is written in C++. All GUI and graphical interaction is in OpenGL/GLUT.
SDIF-Edit proposes a generic graphical representation of SDIF data, i.e. independent from the type of data contained in the SDIF file. It allows to browse the file structure (streams, matrices), and then to represent and edit graphically the data contained in these structures
Special Prize of the Jury: opensource music software contest LoMus 2006 organized by AFIM, the French computer music association.
SDIF-Edit can be used as an editor for the SDIFFILE object in OpenMusic. This feature was integrated in OM 5 and 6. For OM 6.4 and higher versions, the use of SDIF-Edit requires preliminary loading of the library SDIF-Edit4OM.
For additional info, or to cite this work:
- J. Bresson and C. Agon: SDIF Sound Description Data Representation and Manipulation in Computer Assisted Composition. Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC’04), University of Miami, USA, 2004. [PDF]
See the project’s wiki pages.
- SDIF-Edit : 64 bits, Unix executable