Triing is a piece on did on a Sony PSP with the "Beaterator" software by Rockstar Games. A short (.125 second) sample from an additive Csound synth was used to create the keyboard pad in Beaterator. Other than that, the whole thing was done using the PSP.
Fmid-1 is a blue project I made last year for a FM midi synth. I never bothered releasing it, because it does not use Steven's new midi framework and I am really waiting to see what he comes up with before spending much time on midi. I don't really use midi much.
Nonetheless, possibly some people might find it useful as an example or possibly even in a composition. It is a simple single-operator FM synth created with blueSynthBuilder; with FM modulation index linked adjustably to the modwheel, microtonally adjustable pitchbend and alternate tunings with keyboard mapping. One nice feature of the implementation is that partial keyboard mappings are possible; an examples are included of 12-TET and 5-TET (black keys only) tunings and keyboard mappings.
Additionally you can uncomment the last three lines of instrument code to record your playing to a soundfile. Don't expect miracles with this; on my feeble old computer at least the results are less than impressive. Playing too many notes or too fast turns the output to trash. That pertains whether or not the recording is on, but is of course much worse when recording to disk.
Please find a copy of FMID-03.blue attached to this file. Comments welcome.
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