Jasuto free software-synthesizer by Jasuto

Jasuto is a free software synthesizer developed by Jasuto. Available format(s): stand alone application for iOS, Android.

Jasuto is a modular synthesizer for iOS and Android. It is flexible in terms of synthesis techniques – you can achieve additive, subtractive, FM/PM/AM and even hard-sync synthesis all pretty easily.

Both the synth and all the parameters are in one object called a scene. A scene is made up of nodes, these are the objects that do the processing and what you directly manipulate to make, modify or otherwise bend the sound. Processing happens top-down. So the top of the scene is generally where you would have your oscillators, the middle is where you would apply your filters and effects, and the bottom is where you would output the sound.

Instead of using the traditional method of drawing wires manually to create the signal path, Jasuto does this a little differently. Basically each node has a controllable radius and range. The radius is used to set the physical size of the node and the range is used to set the receiving range of the inputs. [Read more…].


Analog Box

Analog Box free software-synthesizer by Andyware

Analog Box is a free software synthesizer developed by Andyware. Available format(s): for Windows.

Analog Box is a low level, circuit based, modular software synthesizer. You put sound objects on the screen, connect them together, listen and adjust. When you find something you like, you can record it to a wav file, or just save the circuit and play it again later.

ABox is somewhat like the vintage synth’s of the ’70’s in that there are separate modules with lots of patch cords, knobs, buttons and displays. But you also get the computational ability offered by modern CPU’s. Features like FFTs, Differentials and Digital Control open up realms of sound design never dreamt of before. With the advanced capabilities offered by VSTi, USB/HID, MIDI and DirectShow you could conceivably play your favorite video soundtrack through a plugin adjusted by a glove controller.

With ABox2, editing virtual circuitry has never been easier. Get objects from the palette, put them where you want, connect them however you like. Adjust parameters using one click popup panels then move on. No questions asked. Make a mistake ? Hit Undo, all fixed. Like that section of circuitry ? Clone it, now you have another one. Really like that section of circuitry ? Group it together, create a new object. Now you can paste it anywhere.