- Some of our most used software comes from Princeton University. We use both Cmix and RT, a realtime mixing program. Both can be found at: the Princeton Sound Kitchen.
- We couldn't do anything without the great Multiwav Driver: the first driver for a professional audio card! Thanks to Tomas Hurka for the driver, and AdB Digital for their Multiwav Card. Read the release notes, or find the driver here at next-ftp.peak.org.
- Here's a short list of some of the other programs we find VERY useful here. Most can be found at the next-ftp.peak.org site.
- Resound.app, by Sean Luke
- SASoundStudio, by Bernard Scholtz. It's the only way to record 44.1Khz stereo audio on NeXTStep for Intel.
- Spectro3.app, by Perry Cook, written at CCRMA. A great frequency analysis tool.
- GISO.app, a front end for sox, a sound converting tool.
- Envelope.app, by Fernando Pablo Lopez at Stanford's CCRMA
Sean Varah has compiled three sets of programs which enable composers to avoid many of the pitfalls of standard CMix programming. Using simple shell scripts, one is now able to add reverb, filter, sweeping filters, and do many basic sound conversions all from a single command line.
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