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WhySynth

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WhySynth is a versatile softsynth which operates as a plugin for theDSSI Soft Synth Interface. A brief list of features:- 4 oscillators, 2 filters, 3 LFOs, and 5 envelope generators per voice.- 10 oscillator modes: minBLEP, wavecycle, asynchronous granular, three FM modes, waveshaper, noise, PADsynth, and phase distortion.- 6 filter modes.- flexibl... read more
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ZynAddSubFX

ZynAddSubFX is an open source software synthesizer for Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.For sound generation it has three...

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Phasex

PHASEX is an experimental software synthesizer for use with Linux/ALSA/JACK. The name comes partially from its experimental method of using...

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FluidSynth

FluidSynth is a real-time software synthesizer based on the SoundFont 2 specifications and has reached widespread distribution. FluidSynth itself does...

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yoshimi

Yoshimi is a software synthesizer for Linux based on the 2.4.0 release of ZynAddSubFX, written by Nasca Octavian Paul. Yoshimi...

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WhySynth About

WhySynth is a versatile softsynth which operates as a plugin for the
DSSI Soft Synth Interface. A brief list of features:

– 4 oscillators, 2 filters, 3 LFOs, and 5 envelope generators per
voice.

– 10 oscillator modes: minBLEP, wavecycle, asynchronous granular,
three FM modes, waveshaper, noise, PADsynth, and phase
distortion.

– 6 filter modes.

– flexible modulation and mixdown options, plus effects. More Info »

DSSI is a plugin API for software instruments (soft synths) with
user interfaces, permitting them to be hosted in-process by audio
applications. More information on DSSI can be found at:

http://dssi.sourceforge.net/

WhySynth is something of a mongrel, combining bits from Xsynth-DSSI,
hexter, Csound, Mats Olsson's MSS, and various other programs, with
inspiration from a number of my favorite long-hair-days synths
(Matrix 6, ESQ-1, K4), and wavecycle data resynthesized from Claude
Kaber's Virtual K4 samples and //christian's exegesis of the Ensoniq
SQ-80 wavetable ROMs. See the enclosed file AUTHORS for more
details.

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