Cosmosƒ is a software synthesizer stand alone application for Mac OS X.
Cosmosf is a dynamic stochastic synthesis tool that has a recursive structure with audio feedback loop. This allows for unique emergent sonic behavior within a hierarchy of multiple time scales. These functions are designed to achieve control on each event space and perform the process of change on the appropriate operation level.
The user then joins with the system in real-time by inputting a sound source or accessing different type of synthesis/modulation generators and by controlling the parameters for the sonic event distribution on different time scales.
Cosmosf plays around the temporality of a sound which is a fundamental aspect of its identity as sound. It combines continuous onset time/duration/density transformations with frequency, amplitude, micro-timbre and spatialization transformations. These combinations permit the composer to continuously vary the sound vector in the timbre space. The resulting sound is called “macro-timbre” and is applicable for various music and audio needs.
Changes in v2.2
- New preset morphing mechanism.
- Stochastic morphing
- Audio rate parameter update
- Built-in mathematical functions
Changes in v2.0
- New "Parallel Universes" sound synth paradigm
Changes in v1.2
- Additive Synthesis
- A 300% performance improvement
Changes in v1.1
- Preset Morphing
- Manual Mute/Unmute switches for mesoµ events
- Full OSC Support
- Other enhancements in coding which include quadratic interpolation on audio playback routines.
Video Demo of Cosmosƒ v1.1: