One Sine Wave at a Time

Lehrman, Paul D.
March 2006
Mix;Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p28
The article features the Synful Orchestra, a computer program capable of playing standard orchestral sounds. It is developed by pianist and experienced ensemble player, Eric Lindemann. The product comes in the form of a plug-in for AudioUnits, while the sounds are derived from real instruments. It also enables the composers to put human-style expressions into electronic performances.


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