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Gleam Synthesizer

Gleam is a software sound synthesizer. It receives timestamped synthesis events such as note on or program change and generates a raw audio stream. Early versions will provide wavetable synthesis based on the SoundFont 2 standard, but support for other synthesis models may be added in the future. Gleam is intended as a library that provides sound synthesis capabilities to other projects, but a few simple executable examples are included.

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  •  24 Jul 2008 17:37

    Release Notes: A binary release of Gleam is now available as a Debian package. This package has been carefully tested with lintian and is believed to be completely problem-free. The interface for command line utilities was improved. Some MIDI controllers were fixed and some missing ones were added. Some MIDI file errors are now handled in a more lenient way. Some incorrect implementations of the SF2 spec were fixed. Debug instrumentation was added to synthesis to find problems more easily. Thread safety was improved.

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