refers to the weaving of images with live sound. Incoming sound is digitised by the computer into a stream of left and right audio samples. In the woven sound algorithm, each stream becomes a linear thread, with samples mapped to pixel values. The threads can be woven in various ways, but a simple and effective weave is to use a warp and weft threading, so that left samples become the vertical warp and right samples become the horizontal weft. For continuity, the threads are doubled-back at the image edge.
In a live weave, the patterns are made in real time; each image represents several seconds of sound.