Loris 1.0beta4 has been released.
This is the fourth beta release of Loris 1.0. It includes the Loris C++ class library, a c-linkable procedural interface, a scripting interface built using SWIG (www.swig.org), and documentation.
In addition to the source distribution, a demo distribution is available, containing a Python script and some sound files demonstrating sound morphing using Loris. A distribution for building Loris under MacOS (using Metrowerks CodeWarrior) is available, as is a binary distribution for Classic MacOS on the PowerMac.
New features in this release include new Tcl and Perl scripting modules, and much improved support for iteration over PartialLists and Partials, and for inspection and modification of individual Partials in a PartialList. Documentation has been updated to reflect the changes in the scripting interface, including the addition of the Perl and Tcl interfaces. It also implements a new SDIF file format for 1TRC files, and supports version 3.2.2 or 3.3 of the SDIF library. See the README file for a more complete description of changes in this release.
Please use the facilities at SourceForge for feature requests and bug reports. You have questions, we have answers.
Loris is an Open Source C++ class library implementing analysis, manipulation, and synthesis of digitized sounds using the Reassigned Bandwidth-Enhanced Additive Sound Model. Loris supports modified resynthesis and manipulations of the model data, such as time- and frequency-scale modification and sound morphing. Loris includes support and wrapper code for building extension modules for various scripting languages (Python, Tcl, Perl).
Loris is developed by Kelly Fitz and Lippold Haken at the CERL Sound Group (www.cerlsoundgroup.org).
For more information about Loris and the Reassigned Bandwidth-Enhanced Additive Model, contact the developers at email@example.com, or visit them at www.cerlsoundgroup.org/Loris/.
For more information about the contents of this release, see the README file.