Projects / Horgand


Horgand is a graphical FM real time organ with auto-accompaniment. It is JACK capable, with DSP effects to emulate and store organ sounds. It is available either standalone or as a DSSI plugin.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Oct 2007 18:06

    Release Notes: New features including five new waveforms, waveforms availables for LFO and DSP effects, falling back to ALSA if JACK is not available, and a Sound Bank manager. Improved code for less CPU usage. Important bugs fixed include correct display of delay time and load presets for older versions. Other minor bugs have been fixed.

    •  17 Sep 2007 20:26

      Release Notes: New features including three new waveforms, click sound, synchro for LFOs, keyboard velocity scaling, a WAV file browser, and the ability to manage sound banks. Minor bugs have been fixed.

      •  30 Aug 2007 14:11

        Release Notes: New features include stereo operators, the ability to edit and save engine sound parameters for each sound, FLTK graphic options on the command line, engine sound transposition, window icons, a new file format, and new sound presets. Volume normalization, chorus linear interpolation, and tremolo and rotary DSP effects were improved. Bugs were fixed.

        •  20 Aug 2007 14:20

          Release Notes: New features include percussion drawbars, a new DSP chorus effect, and delay line buffers that coexist with rotary effect. Program and visual settings are restored each session. JACK support was improved, reducing CPU usage. New presets were added. The autotools scripts were improved and small bugs were fixed.

          •  05 Aug 2007 11:57

            Release Notes: The sound engine was improved, including ADSR, DSP effects, memory and cpu usage, compiler options, and configure scripts. Make Tools was upgraded to 1.7. A crash with real time kernels and other minor bugs were fixed.


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