"A set of time domain audio filters and generators for the Macintosh"
is a beatiful toolbox that hosts several ways of creating and transforming sound. There are non-real-time processes, real-time buffer modulations, concatenations and morphing. Rarely predictable, but usually interesting.
[a u d i o f i l t e r s]
Eviscerator Reanimator - chunk based file blending
Convolved Concatenation - chunk based convolution
Dynamic Reamplitudeuingly - probabilistic amplitude remapping
Time Domain Mutation - probabilistic timbral cross-fading based on morphologies
Time Domain Erosion - probabilistic distortion based on Fibonacci ratios
the Lobster Quadrille - probabilistic sound file playback engine.
Replacementedingly - file blending based on amplitude triggers
Dynamic FM Synthesis - realtime FM Synthesis
[u t i l i t i e s]
Shifting Paradigmatically - translate various data types;
(Audio to Text, Text to Audio, Audio to Video, Video to Audio)
Compare files - compare audio files, note differences or similarities
Concatenate Files - append multiple audio files
Folder names to text - catalogue folder names
Directory paths to text - catalogue directory paths
Text to directory paths - create directory paths from text
Patterne Recognition - detect specific patterns in audio files
AL2 supports and plays 16bit, 24bit and 32bit audio files.
[*please note, OpenGL is required*]
From Mac OS 9.0
up to Mac OS 9.2
Needs OpenGL, runs under OS 9, maybe OS 8
Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver