Microtonal tunings. We can use custom temperaments with insturments, patches, soundfonts and MIDI-instruments.
Check out the guide on tuning and microtonal music (see also module
There are many predefined tunings (including ancient ones).
Now we can play the authentic Bach music with Haskell!
See Custom temperament. Microtonal music
Functions for Csound API. We can interface with generated code through many other languages.
We can generate the code with Haskell and the use it in other environments. we can build UI with Python or Clojure,
we can create an Android synthesizer. See the guide section on Csound API.
See Csound API. Using generated code with another languages
Padsynth algorithm (need Csound 6.05). There are functions that makes it easy to use wonderful PADsynth algorithm,
This algorithm is designed to make “alive” instruments, natural pads.
There are not only function that explore the algorithm but also new PAtches in the
package csound-catalog that are based on it! See the section in the guide on the PADsynth.
Lot’s of padsynth instruments are mode with morphing support. We can crossfade between 2 or even 4 timbres.
See Padsynth algorithm
Argument modifiers make it very convinient to modulate the rguments (apply vibrato to frequency
or add some randomness to the parameter). See Arguments modulation
The hard clipping was substituted with limiter. There should be no distortion when
amplitude goes higher than
Adds Ping-pong delay implementation. See function
pingPong at the module
Adds Rory Walsh’s brand new analog filters (need Csound 6.07). See functions
alp3 at the module
mixAt function. Now it doesn’t duplicates the effectful-code.
mixAt is not a function that is based on class
At. It becomes
a method in it’s own class called
MixAt. That fixes the code duplication problem.