cl-wav-synth is a WAV sample editor. It comes in two parts: the main library for manipulating WAV files, and an (Mc)CLIM interface with a full LISP listener, a sample pane editor, a spectrum pane editor, and a song pane editor.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Editors Sound Synthesis|
|Operating Systems||Windows Mac OS X Unix|
Release Notes: cl-wav-synth uses the mikmod library as its default player. A song recorder has been added. It allows you to bind keys to samples and to record a song played with the keyboard in real time. The recorded song can be edited by hand.
Release Notes: This release follows changes in McCLIM CVS, so it benefits from McCLIM enhancements like color highlighting, parentheses matching, selection, and more.
Release Notes: When no listener layout is selected, a 1/9 listener is displayed, so the listener is reduced but not hidden. In read-header, unused headers are skipped.
Release Notes: This release adds a better form editor, the ability to draw and modulate the sample envelope with a bezier curve, and the ability to pitch the sample with a linear curve or a bezier curve.
Release Notes: A better edit form in the listener.