SunVox v1.7.4
by NightRadio
(NightRadio Website)
Owned by user Stacey

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 2.1 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
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System Requirements:

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Last Updated: 2014-01-24
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Tags : bsd | palmos | sunvox | linux | simple | tracker | xm | mod | sampler | music | synth

Software Description

SunVox is a small, simple, fast and powerful program for music creation.

Click to see the SunVox Manual

Click to see the SunVox Video tutorials

Features:

  • Modular interface.
  • Highly optimized synth algorithmes.
  • Flexible architecture: SunVox can working on variuos devices. For example: PDA with slow CPU - 16bit sound (fixed point arithmetic); or big PC with powerfull CPU: 32bit sound (floating point arithmetic).
  • SunVox engine (without GUI) is open source and distributed under the terms of BSD license.
  • Built-in synthesizers:
    - FM synthesizer;
    - Generator (saw,triangle,square,noise waveforms);
    - Sampler (supported formats: WAV, XI);
    - SpectraVoice (FFT-based synth for analog-like pads);
    - Kicker;
    - Stereo Delay;
    - Distortion;
    - Echo;
    - Filter (Low-pass, High-pass, Band-pass, Notch);
    - Flanger;
    - LFO;
    - Loop;
    - Reverb (with DC Blocking Filter).
    - Vocal Filter

  • Supported platforms: Windows, Linux, PalmOS, WindowsCE.
  • Export to WAV.

Changes in v1.7.4

  • Engine optimized
  • Improved visualization parameters in Module Properties
  • New modules: Sound2Ctl, MultiCtl;
  • New controller DC Filter for WaveShaper
  • New controller Absolute added to Amplifier
  • DrumSynth supports velocity change commands
  • Various other improvements
  • Minor bugfixes

Changes in v1.7.4 Beta2

  • The pattern name and the 16x16 icon can be shown together;
  • The Scale parameter can be changed for each module separately (in the Module Preferences, or using CTRL + MOUSE WHEEL);
  • Various bugs fixed.
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