The jTTS project provides a refactored implementation of the FreeTTS software speech synthesizer. Rather than building upon the flite implementation of a TTS engine, it implements engine capabilities from Festival. It also supports British English.
A Java audio synthesis system that allows users to design and interconnect discrete components into flexible and modular sound production systems.
JeSpeak is a Java library that bridges eSpeak, which is a compact open source software speech synthesizer. JeSpeak uses JNI to make native call to libespeak.
A Java light software for create and filter wav files. Its a simple and wysiwyg interface, we just drag and drop the module needed for the filter (VCO, VCF, ...) and we can connect those module with pretty cables and listen the result in real-time.
Juno 6 is an VST based virtual Analogue Synthesizer for Windows written in C++, that emulates the sound technics of the original Roland Juno 6/60 Synthesizer. the project itself is based on the ultramaster juno 6 linux sources
Synthesizer, mixing, sound effects, music composition and production.
This kangaroo-themed program allows the user to create their own music and sound effects, effectively from scratch. There are two variants of the program: Kangas Sound Editor which requires MySQL for its database, and Kangas Sound Editor QI which does not (it uses an internal database - HSQLDB - instead). Kangas Sound Editor (QI) uses a system of boxes or cells, which are placed by the user onto a timeline using drag-and-drop, and which represent entities such as chords, repetition, and individual sounds or notes. The program's database allows the user to create and store harmonics, used for constructing melodic instruments, and anti-harmonics, which are used for constructing percussion instruments. Users can collaborate with and build on the work of others via an XML import/export facility.
Keso is a tracker interface to the powerful software synth Csound. With Keso, anyone can create Csound source files without writing a single line of code.
A suite of tools for automatic or algorithmic synchronization of video and audio, both by generation of audio from video input, and video from audio input.
Stepsequencer with integrated synthesizers and effects, performance- and pattern oriented. Sort of groovebox. Developed with my Industrial/ IDM project Notstandskomitee in mind but suitable for all kinds of electronic music. No pianos and no plugins.
Konuskan is an TTS (text-to-speech) application which is based on Turkish. Generates speech according to given text.
A color sonification device for navigation and classification
The Kromophone is a color-to-sound sensory substitution device. It was designed with the tasks of navigation, object, and environmental navigation in mind.
A viewer and editor of kunkunshi (sheet music for Okinawan shamisen called sanshin).
The LDrum is an open-source drummachine that offers ten sample channels, realtime control, a simple pattern sequencer, MIDI support and a graphical user-interface(GUI). It runs under Linux only, is developed in C++ and uses JACK, ALSA, Qt and LADSPA.
free cross-platform music creation software
LMMS is a free cross-platform software which allows you to produce music with your computer. This covers creating melodies and beats, synthesizing and mixing sounds and arranging samples. You can have fun with your MIDI keyboard and much more – all in a user-friendly and modern interface. Furthermore LMMS comes with many ready-to-use instrument and effect plugins, presets and samples.
Networked music collaboration
LNX_Studio is a way of bring people together to make music with new and innovative tools. It's all about creating and sharing ideas. There are many features in LNX_Studio and it's strength lies in putting the creative process at the forefront of a networked collaboration. Making music with your friends is now wonderfully simple.
A standalone synthesizer in Java
The goal of this project is to write a nice synthesizer in Java that operates on MIDI input and output from a users sound card. The synth will be designed to be used first in live environments and then will (later) incorporate a interface for VST (perhaps supporting the jVSTWrapper). Also, the goal of this project is to implement a multitouch interface (perhaps using Kivy) to make the program more approachable to live performers.
Turn into an infrared remote control phones which do NOT have infrared! By mean of just connecting one or two (depending on phone) IR leds to audio output, any audio device capable of playing WAV file can be used as a remote control.
Extensible Brainwave Entrainment library for Java
LibBWEntrainment is a Free and Open Source Brainwave Entrainment Library for Java. *** It is not a standalone application. *** The library is very flexible, allowing different types of renderers (isochronic, binaural, ...) as well as multiple output devices (speakers, file, socket or even screen), and it can easily be ported to other languages because it doesn't use any proprietary Java feature. Current features: -Javadoc and examples -Extremely lightweight, yet flexible -Easy to use -XML Presets -Multiple Entrainment Tracks -Looping -Isochronic rendering -Output to PC and Android -Output to MP3/FLAC/Wav file -Output to raw Stream Compared to my old LibBinaural, this is twice as fast and much more flexible. A project using this library is available here https://sourceforge.net/projects/isochronic/.
Lightform is a complete music composition application in pre-alpha, written in python with a C backend. It's designed to have the capabilities of programs like Reaktor and Sonar, but with a simplified user interface using a python gui lib called tGUI.
A digital audio toolkit for making music. Virtual devices (generators, samplers, etc) can be routed arbitrarily.
LinuxSampler is a professional grade software audio sampler that aims to deliver performance and features at par with hardware sampler devices. Note: we only use the mailing list on Sourceforge, everything else is located on our own servers!
A musician's live performance VST host. This software is intended to help integrate VST technology into your live performances on stage, whether it'd be using virtual instruments or effects, or to automate audio routing.
LoopCollector is an audio tool that takes an audio source files and munges them together to form a rhythmic loop. Prototype is being written in Perl, which will interface with sox. The final version will exist as a VST/AudioUnit/etc. plugin.
LoopyMix - Mix Composer - Loop design - Loop BPM matching - Arranger - Track mixing and effects - Additionnal tools for other operations (FX, resize, cut). Easy to compile and install. Default sound server, no audio libs, no multi-channel card.
C++ class library for sound analysis, synthesis, and morphing
Loris is a library for sound analysis, synthesis, and morphing, developed by Kelly Fitz and Lippold Haken at the CERL Sound Group. Loris includes a C++ class library, Python module, C-linkable interface, command line utilities, and documentation.