new granular synth patch "sugarSynth"


    May 05 2011 | 3:32 pm
    Dear all
    The latest version of my granular synthesis patch, "sugarSynth" is available on http://web.mac.com/nsakonda/sakoweb/download.html
    The basic structure of the granular synthesis engine is almost the same as the my older version which has been released as "MSP Granular Synthesis v.2.5" since 2000, but the user interface is completely new. Check it!
    "sugarSynth" realtime granular synthesizer for Max/MSP tool for pitch-change, time-stretch, stereo-spread, multiplication, and more... all in realtime.
    featured; • completely new user interface (Max 5 presentation mode) • enable to import audiofile (aiff, wav, mp3, aac...) simply by drag&drop • enable to record audio inputs into the buffer for synthesis in realtime • using polyphony (poly~ object) • enable to change number of grains (instances) easily • quick recording of ongoing performance
    thank you
    nobuyasu sakonda

    • May 05 2011 | 4:03 pm
      Hi nobuyasu
      thanks for this - an excellent granulator, which will teach us all a bit more about MaxMSP. Your grain processes and algorithm are very similar to my own method; I never thought I'd achieve my lonely goal of artefact-free timestretching and granulation, but this forum and the work of yourself and others have made it possible:
      Brendan
    • Jul 17 2011 | 9:58 pm
      Just had a look at this - absolutely lovely. Thanks very much.
    • Jul 18 2011 | 8:28 am
      Beautiful. What I love about Sakonda's patches, quite apart from the patches themselves, which are always a treat, is that they are so clearly laid out and annotated - an example to us all! cheers Roger
    • Jul 18 2011 | 4:07 pm
      Hello. May I extending/modifying/revising or otherwise editing this patches and releasing edits? It is public domain or else?
      wil
    • May 25 2014 | 2:05 am
      Thank's For This Patches! ;-)
    • Sep 04 2015 | 2:18 pm
      Hey Nobuyasu, just wanted to say thanks a lot for sharing your sugar synth rocks! :D
    • Sep 07 2015 | 7:17 pm
      Nobuyasu-さん, どもありがとう!