SpiralSynthModular 0.2.0

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Name:SpiralSynthModularPopularity:5%
Version:0.2.0License:GPL
Author:Dave GriffithsEMail:dave
Home Page:http://www.pawfal.org/Software/SSM/ (1332 visits)
Download:http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=62620 (1107 visits)
Description:

SSM is a object orientated modular softsynth / sequencer / sampler. You can use it in a fairly straight forward way to make tracks with, or get very experimental. Audio or control data can be freely passed between the plugins, there is no difference. Data can also be fed back on itself for chaotic effects.


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  117SpiralSynthModular 0.2.0Jan 02, 20030  
 

Audio engine rewritten to be multithreaded Jack support via the JackPlugin --Realtime commandline option (as root) runs ssm audio in SCHED_FIFO LADSPA plugin much improved with built in GUI generator App help added with Helptext for all of the pl...

 
  84SpiralSynthModular 0.1.0Aug 07, 20020  
 

SpiralSynthModular 0.1.0 adds a new user interface.

 
  53SpiralSynthModular 0.0.8Mar 08, 20020  
 

Works with fltk 1.1.0 branch now. All plugin audio communication in 32bit floating point, audio input supported. New plugins: StreamPlugin XFadePlugin SpiralLoopPlugin.

 
  43SpiralSynthModular 0.0.7Jan 29, 20020  
 

Modular softsynth with plugins for sequencing, samples and synthesis. Audio or control data can be freely passed between the plugins, its all treated the same. Data can also be fed back on itself for chaotic effects.

 
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From Dejan Lekic, 04:14 Jan 05, 2003 (score=5)

This application is defitively one of the best FLTK applications I've seen in my life. I suggest every FLTK developer to take a look at it.
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