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An Introduction to the Synth-A-Modeler Compiler: Modular and Open-Source Sound Synthesis using Physical Models

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The tool is not a synthesizer-it is a Synth-A-Modeler! This paper introduces the Synth-A-Modeler compiler, which enables artists to synthesize binary DSP modules according to mechanical analog model specifications. This open-source tool promotes modular design and ease of use. By leveraging the Faust DSP programming environment, an output Pd, Max/MSP, Su-perCollider, VST, LADSPA, or other external module is created, allowing the artist to hear the sound of the physical model in real time using an audio host application. To show how the compiler works, the example model "touch a resonator" is presented.
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hal-03162970 , version 1 (08-03-2021)

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Edgar Berdahl, Julius O Smith. An Introduction to the Synth-A-Modeler Compiler: Modular and Open-Source Sound Synthesis using Physical Models. Proceedings of the 10th International Linux Audio Conference (LAC-12), Apr 2012, Stanford, United States. ⟨hal-03162970⟩

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