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Re: Additive sound synthesis
Didn't there used to be a program called SoftSynth that ran on the sound
accellerator card that did exactly what you've asked about?
Machina ex Deus
Sonitus ex Sonitus
On Fri, 19 Feb 1999, Annemarie Seither-Preisler wrote:
> Dear members of the Auditory List,
> does anyone of you know commercial software or shareware for the
> Macintosh Power PC or for UNIX systems that has been designed for
> additive sound synthesis (i.e. building up spectra from single
> Required options: frequency and intensity control of single partials,
> complex waveforms, envelope shaping, addition of noise bands with
> variable bandwidth and intensity etc...
> The required software should be able to sequence the constructed sounds
> as short melodies, as well. No special programming skills should be
> required. What would you recommend for psychoacoustical experiments ?
> Thank you very much in advance !
> Annemarie Seither-Preisler
> Dr. Annemarie Seither-Preisler
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