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Cumulus

Cumulus is a software synthesizer which implements the Asynchronous Grain Synthesis. This synthesis allows you to create very original sounds to be used in your music (mainly percussive and ambient background sounds). It features a convenient QT-based GUI where each paramter can be controlled by an envelope, the ability for all parameters to be controlled with hardware controllers (MIDI-controllerbox), an interface to use a MIDI-keyboard (polyphony adjustable, default 8 voices), internal 32-bit accuracy, an internal sampling rate that can be any multiple of the external one, and full realtime capability with parameter changes audible within around 50ms, depending on system latency.

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  •  08 Mar 2001 10:52

    Release Notes: Removal of debug output in MIDIListener.

    •  28 Feb 2001 08:41

      Release Notes: This release fixes a nasty bug which could cause Cumulus to crash on glibc2.2 systems, most notably Red Hat 7.0.

      •  20 Feb 2001 12:18

        Release Notes: Some basic bugfixes were added.

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