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Bristol Audio Synthesis

Bristol Audio Synthesiser is an emulator for diverse keyboard instruments. Currently about 20 are implemented: various Moog, Sequencial Circuits, Oberheim, Yamaha, Roland, Hammond, Korg, ARP, and Vox algorithms. The application consists of an audio engine and an associated graphical user interface called Brighton which acts as a dedicated master keyboard for each emulation.

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  •  20 Apr 2008 15:30

    Release Notes: This release implements a GNU autotools build process, about 10 new emulations, arpeggiation, and numerous code cleanups. JACK is now supported and JACK MIDI is in the 0.20.5 upload, although only lightly tested.

    •  23 Feb 2006 11:24

      Release Notes: The graphics were cleaned up, some bugs were fixed, and work on a pair of Oberheim emulators was started.

      •  20 Jan 2006 08:11

        Release Notes: Support for ALSA 1.0.9rc1.

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