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A standalone synthesizer in Java

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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.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing, Plugins

Programming Language

Python, Java

Registered

2012-01-01

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