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Psychosynth

Psychosynth

Psychosynth project is a free software synthesizer inspired by the ideas of the Reactable, an electronic musical instrument with a tabletop Tangible User Interface. The Reactable is a round translucent table, used in a darkened room, and appears as a backlit display.

This software tries to provide a clean object oriented API to allow the creation of new innovative interfaces for the synthetizer and a 3D simulator of a Reactable-alike device with support for collaborative music creation over the internet.

 Psychosynth 0.3.0

Price
Free to download

Size
13.7MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Juan Pedro Bolivar Puente

Website
www.psychosynth.com

System Requirements
Ogre
CEGUI
OIS
liblo
libxml2
ALSA
JACK
libsndfile
libvorbis
SoundTouch
Sigc++ 2.0
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Features include:

  • Provides a virtualtable and a collection of graphical sound blocks
  • Table motion
  • libpsynth - a powerful C++ library for the building of synthesis software
  • psynth3d - an interactive synth with an look similar to the Reactable's and a 3D interface which makes use of all the power of libpsynth
  • psynth - a command line version of the synth that can be used as OSC server or client with low resource usage

Psychosynth in action

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