GaMelLED: Kaedah Pensampelan Audio Keromong Dalam Pembangunan Dan Aplikasi Keromong Elektronik

  • Nazimin bin Nazeri Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia
  • Zaharul Lailiddin bin Saidon Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia
  • Affendi bin Ramli Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia
Keywords: gamelan Melayu, keromong, practice-led research, recording techniques, sampling audio

Abstract

 

Artikel ini adalah berdasarkan kepada satu kajian yang dijalankan dengan tujuan untuk membangunkan dan mengaplikasi keromong elektronik yang dinamakan GaMelLED Keromong. Fokus artikel ini adalah untuk membincangkan kaedah pensampelan audio keromong yang merupakan salah satu fasa yang digunakan dalam kajian. Sampel audio memainkan peranan penting bagi GaMelLED Keromong kerana dapat memberi impak dalam pengaplikasian alat bersama karya kreatif yang dipersembahkan. Kajian ini dilaksana melalui pendekatan practice-led research yang mana proses kreatifnya meliputi kaedah-kaedah yang merangkumi seperti (a) analisis media; (b) cuba jaya; (c) rakan kritikal; dan (d) jurnal refleksi. Dapatan kajian ini mendapati bahawa pensampelan audio yang dinamakan Kaedah Pantul dapat meningkatkan kualiti sampel audio keromong dari aspek pengurangan frekuensi bising di sekitar 125 Hz - 8 kHz, kualiti pelarasan yang lebih tepat tanpa suntingan digital dan nada yang lebih jelas. Hasil kajian dapat menyumbang kepada kaedah baharu bagi pensampelan audio keromong terhadap elemen teknikal rakaman menggunakan peralatan yang minima dengan hanya memanipulasikan posisi keromong yang dirakamkan.

This article is based on a study conducted with the aim of developing and applying an electronic keromong knowned as GaMelLED Keromong. The focus of this article is to discuss keromong’s audio sampling method which is one of the phases used in the study. Audio samples play an important role in GaMelLED Keromong because it has the impact in the application of GaMelLED Keromong along with the creative work presented. This study uses practice-led research approach where the creative process includes methods such as (a) media analysis; (b) trial and error; (c) critical friend; and (d) reflective journal. The outcome of the study disclosed that audio sampling known as Reflective Method can improve the quality of keromong audio samples from the aspect of noise frequency reduction around 125 Hz - 8 kHz, more accurate pitch without digital editing and clearer tone. The research can also contribute to a new method for keromong audio sampling in the technical elements of recording using minimal equipment by simply manipulating the position of keromong.

Keywords: Gamelan Melayu, keromong, practice-led research, recording techniques, sampling audio

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Published
2020-12-26
How to Cite
Nazeri, N., Saidon, Z. L., & Ramli, A. (2020). GaMelLED: Kaedah Pensampelan Audio Keromong Dalam Pembangunan Dan Aplikasi Keromong Elektronik. Jurai Sembah, 1(2), 36-46. https://doi.org/10.37134/juraisembah.vol1.2.4.2020
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