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Q-Synth

Q-Synth is a library for interfacing with real-time software synthesizers (especially James McCartney's SuperCollider) in the Q programming language, using CNMAT's OSC protocol. Sample Q scripts and a Tk GUI for interfacing to SuperCollider are included.

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  •  03 Oct 2004 14:56

    Release Notes: This release fixes some Windows compatibility issues, and a Windows package is now provided.

    •  26 Sep 2004 11:06

      Release Notes: This release fixes some compatibility issues with recent SuperCollider versions in CVS.

      •  21 Sep 2004 18:32

        Release Notes: This is a minor update that fixes some bugs in the SuperCollider synth definitions and adds support for Q-Audio 2.0.

        •  16 May 2004 20:15

          Release Notes: The basic interfaces to OSC and SuperCollider have been implemented and are fully functional. More fancy GUI programs and interfaces to other sound synthesis software such as Csound and Pd will likely be added in the future. As of this writing, the software has only been tested on Linux using Stefan Kersten's Linux port of SuperCollider.

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