[linux-audio-dev] wcnt-1.1z released!
James W. Morris
sirrom75 at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 6 19:34:33 EDT 2004
Announcing for the last time this year the new release of Wav Composer Not
Toilet. Wcnt is of course, the not-real-time modular synth, sequencer,
sampler, wav file generator. Get it from wcnt.sourceforge.net.
This release is wcnt-1.1z (read wcnt-1.1260) and here are the new features
*** Updated website to be more helpful + online example.
*** Sets of data which are not module parameters or module inputs (shape of
an adsr, notes in a riff, riffs in a sequencer, etc) have now been
generalised into a base class. Specialised data reading routines have been
replaced, which make it easier to program new data sets. This also means
that data definitions are now more tappy tappy on your keyboard, my
justification for this extra user effort is readability.
*** Riffs inserted into sequencer can be transposed at point of insertion,
and the note lengths can be modified.
*** Now has short options too.
*** two conversion options to convert a note name to a frequency, and a
frequency to degrees per sample and samples per cycle.
Maps amplitudes of input signal to a set of output amplitudes/ratios. Of
course it has two sets of which the output can be modulated between.
Spreads the output of a number of wcnt_signal modules along an imaginary
line and outputs that which the modulation input lands upon.
Translates notes into values. The note range used depends on being
triggered by a note_on, or note_slide. Four output triggers so you can tell
if the note was in one of the two note ranges or not. (see online example:
*** adsr got a couple new params regarding shape modulation
*** logic trigger's xor mode definately works now (dunno if it did before)
*** trigger now behaves in a note_on/note_off type operation gleaned from
the input signal.
*** wcnt_signal has a level param
That's All Folks, same time next year, see ya! see ya! see ya. see ya,
see ya see yaseeyacyacyacycaaa...
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