AdsynDX Offers Additive Synthesis for Windows Users
AdsynDX is a sound synthesis application for Windows that lets you create audio waveforms using additive synthesis (the construction of complex sounds by adding together sine waves of various frequencies and amplitudes).
AdsynDX is designed for Windows XP and requires DirectX (version 8 or later), and a soundcard with Direct Sound drivers supporting 16-bit stereo wave playback at 44.1 KHz. With an appropriate soundcard, AdsynDX supports playback at rates up to 96 KHz.
The software is released as a fully-featured trial version that may be freely used for an initial evaluation period of up to 15 days. Registration thereafter costs $25.
- Unlimited number of mono or stereo partials (subject to available memory).
- Partials based on sine, fractional (1/f distribution) or random wave-table data, and white or pink noise.
- Harmonic and inharmonic partials with fully adjustable tuning and phase.
- Preset sounds and templates offer an easy starting point for designing your sounds.
- Intuitive graphical editing of amplitude envelopes, with unlimited number of stages.
- Audio (.wav) files can be imported, and recording sources captured, to create FFT-based partial sets.
- Playback and recording via DirectX for minimal latency, and sample-rates up to 96 kHz.
- Output audio data saved as standard .wav files.
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