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  1. Version 0.5.0-alpha

    139 downloads

    This is an old video (hopefully I'll be able to make a new one soon): The CONCERTO synthesizer is what I intend to be the sound generating side of a music making software for the Commander X16. It uses the 16 voices of the VERA and the 8 voices of the YM2151 and aims to get the very maximum out of them. It is not quite there yet but has a lot of strengths already. The main features: 32 synth timbres (i.e. sounds) 16 monophonic channels, each playing a dynamically assigned synth timbre up to 4 PSG oscillators and 1 YM2151 voice per timbre up to 3 envelopes and 1 LFO per timbre pitch, volume and pulse width modulation vibrato volume control per voice ("velocity") pitchbend, volume and vibrato automation save and load presets / banks (a bank is the entirety of all 32 loaded timbres) comes with one bank of "factory" sounds The whole sound engine is exposed via an API that can be used by other applications. Concerto also comes with a player. If you have problems with the audio quality in the "Try it now", download and run in the offline emulator with the command line option "-abufs 12" or more. To use file loading and saving, you must use an SD card. For more information, look into the README and the source files and/or send me a PM. If you find bugs, please let me know, or post an issue on GitHub. https://github.com/biermanncarl/cx16-concerto Find the devlog here: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/1079-concerto-dev-log/ Find m00dawgd's Command Tracker which will likely use Concerto: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/978-command-tracker-dev-log/
  2. Concerto View File This is an old video (hopefully I'll be able to make a new one soon): The CONCERTO synthesizer is what I intend to be the sound generating side of a music making software for the Commander X16. It uses the 16 voices of the VERA and the 8 voices of the YM2151 and aims to get the very maximum out of them. It is not quite there yet but has a lot of strengths already. The main features: 32 synth timbres (i.e. sounds) 16 monophonic channels, each playing a dynamically assigned synth timbre up to 4 PSG oscillators and 1 YM2151 voice per timbre up to 3 envelopes and 1 LFO per timbre pitch, volume and pulse width modulation vibrato volume control per voice ("velocity") pitchbend save and load presets / banks (a bank is the entirety of all 32 loaded timbres) comes with one bank of "factory" sounds Features that are planned (for the sound engine): volume and vibrato automation If you have problems with the audio quality in the "Try it now", download and run in the offline emulator with the command line option "-abufs 12" or more. To use file loading and saving, you must use an SD card. For more information, look into the README and the source files and/or send me a PM. If you find bugs, please let me know, or post an issue on GitHub. https://github.com/biermanncarl/cx16-concerto Find the devlog here: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/1079-concerto-dev-log/ Find m00dawgd's Command Tracker which will likely use Concerto: https://www.commanderx16.com/forum/index.php?/topic/978-command-tracker-dev-log/ Submitter kliepatsch Submitted 01/20/21 Category Audio Apps  
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