KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2009 Entries Now Available

Free Music Apps Include Audio Effects and Software Synths      30/10/09

KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2009 Entries Now Available


Buying Choices

Plugin site KVR Audio has posted the entries in its Developer Challenge 2009.

The contest challenges developers to create new free audio plug-ins and audio apps.

Entries include:

  • amphetamine, a 6-Oscillator Synth-Module.
  • Anawave, a hybrid analogue/wavetable synth.
  • Explor3r (by thelowerrhythm), a three oscillator monosynth with channel-dedicated amplitude envelopes, lowpass filters and LFOs, all glued together with a matrix that allows both phase modulation and sync inputs on each oscillator to be fed by the output of any other oscillator (including itself).
  • FerricTDS, a Tape Dynamics Simulator inspired by the smooth dynamic shaping capabilities of some high-end reel-to-reel tape recorders
  • HybridReverb2, a convolution-based reverberation effect which combines the  sound quality of a convolution reverb with the tuning capability of a feedback delay network.
  • massTURBOtar, a hybrid synthesizer with unique morphing capabilities.
  • New Blend, algorithmic music generator (an ‘in the works’ port of forthcoming breathcube, algorithmic song generator).
  • Phase Shifter, phasing effect which emulates four tape decks and many more features such as time stretching, filters & FX.
  • RA Mowg, a Minimoog Model D clone created by Roberson Audio.
  • sg-grainbot (by synthgeek), an experimental synth based on granular synthesis and mathematically generated noise.

See the contest site for the details on all the synths.

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