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Re: Additive sound synthesis
About Csound: Well, it does involve something similar to programing but
it's perfect for this kind of experiment (IMHO), is free and is available
for any platform.
For your needs, only very minimal skills would be required, AFAIK.
Front page: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/music/Man/c_front.html
FTP server: ftp://ftp.maths.bath.ac.uk/pub/dream
And various commented "instruments":
Otherwise, there was at least one Mac program that was designed for
psycho-acoustic experiment and was called "synthesiser" (with an 's', if I
remember correctly). I can't seem to find it right now, though.
But you may try one of these:
or these (for Linux):
Or even this (for Linux):
This page contains other references to software synthesizers:
And Syd (formerly "SoftSynth") is a MusicV-like (or Turbosynth-like)
instrument editor and software synthesizer for Mac and Windows (and "does"
additive synth, AFAIK):
There are other implementations of MusicV and Turbosynth-like software
In fact, a very old (1988) demo version of Turbosynth is still around:
Hope any of this help.