Date Added:Jun. 13, 2002
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you know wright some kiddly numbers to see that basic torn
its a kids game
in other words your mouse that you use today has the same code
but in line up form say you make 1 da the mouse ario would go to the corner of the monitor 2 would make go to the left hand corner 3 right hand 4 bottom left
now what dose this have to do with this software
torns are numbers in a chart that you plot
every windows media player has a stabolizer
that match the sound so in any case you put your own sound by puting in the number by simply math oh and thowe in the colors
its a grafe ! ok for you idits
it simply for kids
No matter what they say, basic high school knowledge is more than enough to get you started. And if you`re studying Maths or Physics, with this software you can out-trance Tiesto in no time. Basically, it provides a script language which consists of the basic expressions connected with sound (sin, cos, exponent etc.) plus a few "shortcuts" and extra logical functions which allow you to arrange your sound on a time scale - these are explained in the Help docs. You can greatly improve your sound by adding harmonics and modulation, and - after direct export to WAV - use another program to match to the tempo of your favourite sampler. Of course, this would take a lot of time if you wanted to script every sample from scratch; but with wise use of variables, you can automate most tasks and create new sounds by merely re-defining values. This product can create really magnificient background layers and string-like instruments, as well as strange sound effects; the possibilities are limited only by your imagination and knowledge.
Despite what the docs state, the time variable *is* measured in seconds; if you feel different, this is because the time counter is forward compared to the actual sound due to hardware capabilities (but it`ll be all right in the exported WAV). There`s no "save as" command, so you need to be careful not to save over your old file accidentally. The main window is a bit too small, which makes it more convenient to write script in Notepad and copy&paste. Perhaps, this program is not for you if you`re a hardcore humanist.
I didn't find this product bad at all...
it generated some good sounds but its not the easyest thing to use because its all text
it's brilliant to generate tones via textual input rather than the usual knobs and sliders. the right-click option box in the text input field comes quite handy, and you can render up to 44kHz. Nice choice.
now when i can hear the sounds of the functions i am studying. what a brilliant program
Reply by Radio Felis on March 17, 2007
ETG is simple, and it's this simplicity that makes it successful. Csound has been around for some time now, and while it is genuis material, lacks the warmth and comfort GUI provides. A basic understanding of digital sound processing is required for this program. Sound is just a bunch of superimposed sine waves any how. Understand that, and creativity is unlimited.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.voicesync.org|
|Release Date||June 13, 2002|
|Date Added||June 13, 2002|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Subcategory||Audio Production & Recording Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP, sound card|
|Downloads Last Week||2|