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CellSynth is a software based synthesizer
• Unique, powerful, friendly and intuitive user interface. Easy and fun to use even if you're not familiar with making computer based music.
• 100s of preset sounds and sound files.
• Unparalleled implementation of sample looping, modulation and multiple sample loops. Synchronised playback of up to 36 audio samples, with the ability to instantly tune loops to tempo. Literally drag a sound file into CellSynth and with 2 or 3 mouse clicks it can be looping or playing in time with your composition.
• Conforms to ReWire 1.0 from Propellerhead Software
• Streams Stereo Audio from up to 32 separate Cells to sequencer tracks
• Unique sample modulation fx.
• Powerful DSP effects including any combination of reverb, delays, envelopes and resonant filters.
• Faithfully recreate the sound of classic analog and digital synths.
• All the features of a large modular analog synthesizer, LFOs, oscillators, filters, envelopes (ADSR), noise generators, random (sample and hold) generators and mixing modules.
• Audio samples, oscillators, envelopes, sample-and-hold generators and delays can be synchronised to internal or external (MIDI) beat clock.
• Harmonic additive oscillators with up to 32 user-specified harmonics.
• Versatile arpeggiator with many different modes.
• Full real time MIDI control of virtually all parameters.
• Self contained automation sequencer allows you to compose songs and automate controllers entirely within CellSynth.
• CD Quality playback and real time recording to hard disk.
• Can be used 'live' as a synth with simultaneous playback and real time mixing of sample loops.
• Works alongside your favourite sequencer.
• Everything self-contained in one application: sampling, analog/fm/harmonic synthesis and sequencer. CellSynth can and has been used to create entire compositions.
cellsynth-17.hqx.sit (2.27 MiB / 2.38 MB)
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cellsynth-17-hqx-TREE.txt (9.53 KiB / 9.76 KB)
PowerPC Mac running OS8.6 or newer
Reverb cells use a lot of processing power. So if you have a slow machine and you find a CellSynth file that does not work, try deleting any reverb cells first.
To date Cellsynth has not been tested in OS X and may not work as expected in OS X classic mode.
For CellSynth to work with maximum efficiency …
Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver