22 , 2000
Native Instruments has released its first free audio synthesizer. Called the NI/Soundforum Synthesizer, this software synth was generated with the modular sound and instrument design environment Reaktor and is based on the audio engine of Native Intruments' Dynamo. However, it is not a plugin.
Version 1.0 is available now. Features include:
Audio output on the Mac includes Sound Manager and ASIO. (A Windows version is also available for Windows MME and DirectSound.)
Soundforum Synthesizer was developed by Stephan Schmitt, Technical Director of NI, in collaboration with Peter Gorges for the Soundforum-Workshop of the German magazine Keyboards. It requires Mac OS 8.5 or higher, a PowerPC 604e (250 MHz) or later and 32 MB RAM. A MIDI keyboard is recommended. To download it or for more information, visit http://www.nativeinstruments.com.
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