From Dr. Karlheinz Essl:
fLOW is an audio computer program running on Apple Macintosh machines. It generates an ever-changing and never repeating soundscape in real time that fills the space with flooding sounds that resemble - metaphorically - the timbres of water, fire, earth, and air. Feed your own sounds into the system and listen what the algorithms are composing. The system parameters can be accessed either by the mouse or with an attached MIDI controller. And finally, the result can be recorded as a sound file.
What's new in this version:
- optimized audio engine (32-bit)
- improved user interface
- now works with VST and AU plugins
- bug fixes
- now runs with MacOX X 10.6 or higher
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