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Synful

2005-09-08

Synful is a virtual synth with what appears to be a rather different approach. In one way it’s using additive synthesis but what makes it stand out is the way it is using analysed phrase data from prerecorded performances to create a more expressive and gestural result also paying attention to the transitions from one note to another in a fashion named Reconstructed phrase modelling. The demo examples sound really impressive. (But then again demo tunes always do. My rule of thumb is that if they are using jazz rock to demo synths you better stay away.)

O’Reilly is featuring an interview with the developer behind Synful Eric Lindemann

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