Projects / SpiralSynth


Spiral Synth is a physically modelled polyphonic analogue synthesizer. It is capable of creating the kind of sounds made by hardware analogue synths, the noises used in electronic music. You can also use it to make stranger sounds too. MIDI is supported, and it uses the standard OSS/Free sound output (/dev/dsp).

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Recent releases

  •  06 Dec 2000 14:44

    Release Notes: Fixes were made for the envelope, LFO, and the configure script. The rewritten MIDI interface handles both forms of note offs, pitchbend, and other messages.

    •  12 Sep 2000 23:06

      Release Notes: Polyphony, a much better dial widget, functionality on BSD and big-endian machines, and a number of optimizations and fixes.

      •  03 Sep 2000 01:25

        Release Notes: This version includes lots of fixes, emulation for key-ups from the PC keyboard, and cross modulation.

        •  21 Aug 2000 01:36

          Release Notes: This release fixes the WAV renderer GUI bug and a compile error.

          •  18 Aug 2000 01:04

            Release Notes: This version fixes many minor problems including a sample-rate error in the output module. This should give better sound quality. Direct-to-disk WAV file output has also been implemented.

            Recent comments

            22 Jun 2001 06:34 oddo

            I love this program!
            This application is amazing! I've made a lot of great music with it, and I am forever greatful to the developer of it.

            Thank you so much!


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