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Re: Additive sound synthesis
chris mandra writes:
>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?
As I recall, SoftSynth is subtractive. I've used Csound to create
stimuli additively. It has a ridiculous amount of control, but also
has a steep learning curve.
Csound is free and available for most everything under the sun. I've
even used it on venerable NeXT machines.
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