FWD: Editing (synthesis) software

Subject: FWD: Editing (synthesis) software
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Sun Jun 06 2004 - 07:15:41 EDT


>John Ffitch <jpff@codemist.co.uk> said that Csound can generate sine
>waves (and much else); runs of Windows (and everything else) and is
>Mark Huckvale <M.Huckvale@ucl.ac.uk> says that his ESynth program
>(http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/resource/sfs/esynth.htm) is a free
>Windows program for demonstrating and learning about harmonic
>analysis/synthesis. Here is the blurb:
>"ESynth is a program designed to explain the harmonic analysis and
>synthesis of signals. With ESynth you can create signals by adding
>together individual sinusoidal waveforms (sinewaves) and study the
>resulting waveform and spectrum. You can also perform an analysis of
>an input waveform, to see how a given sound can be represented in
>terms of a sum of sinewaves."
>Jayaganesh Swaminathan <ganesh@ele.uri.edu> wrote a Matlab program
>for generating sine waves. He can make available the .m file.
>Clemens Kuhn <cl.kuhn@web.de> suggests
>Graeme Moffat <moffatgd@mcmaster.ca> says that he uses three
>programs for sine wave generation. His first choice is usually
>Matlab 6.5 using the wavwrite function, but he'll also use either
>Audacity (open source, http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) or Adobe
>Audition when the need arises. The latter two can generate sound at
>anything up to 24-bit, 96 kHz resolution in a very straightforward
>manner. Audacity is probably the best for simplicity and low cost.
>================== end of summary ===============================
>Robert Arrabito
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>End of AUDITORY Digest - 4 Jun 2004 to 5 Jun 2004 (#2004-132)

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