[LAD] spectmorph-0.4.1

Stefan Westerfeld stefan at space.twc.de
Thu Aug 30 15:18:25 CEST 2018

spectmorph-0.4.1 has been released.

Overview of Changes in spectmorph-0.4.1:
* macOS is now supported: provide VST plugin for macOS >= 10.9
* Include instruments in source tarball and packages
* Install instruments to system-wide location
* New Instruments: Claudia Ah / Ih / Oh (female version of human voice)
* Improved tools for instrument building
  - support displaying tuning in sminspector
  - implement "smooth-tune" command for reducing vibrato from recordings
  - minor encoder fixes/cleanups
  - smlive now supports enable/disable noise
* VST plugin: fix automation in Cubase (define "effCanBeAutomated")
* UI: use Source A / Source B instead of Left Source / Right Source
* UI: update db label properly on grid instrument selection change
* Avoid exporting symbols that don't belong to the SpectMorph namespace
* Fix some LV2 ttl problems
* Fix locale related problems when using atof()
* Minor fixes and cleanups

What is SpectMorph?
SpectMorph is a free software project which allows to analyze samples of
musical instruments, and to combine them (morphing). It can be used to
construct hybrid sounds, for instance a sound between a trumpet and a flute; or
smooth transitions, for instance a sound that starts as a trumpet and then
gradually changes to a flute.

SpectMorph ships with many ready-to-use instruments which can be combined using

SpectMorph is implemented in C++ and licensed under the GNU LGPL version 3

Integrating SpectMorph into your Work
SpectMorph is currently available for Linux and Windows users. Here is a quick
overview of how you can make music using SpectMorph.

- VST Plugin, especially for proprietary solutions that don't support LV2.
  (Available on Linux and 64-bit Windows)
- LV2 Plugin, for any sequencer that supports it.
- JACK Client.
- BEAST Module, integrating into BEASTs modular environment.

Note that at this point, we may still change the way sound synthesis works, so
newer versions of SpectMorph may sound (slightly) different than the current

Website:  http://www.spectmorph.org
Download: http://www.spectmorph.org/downloads

There are many audio demos on the website, which demonstrate morphing between
Stefan Westerfeld, Hamburg/Germany, http://space.twc.de/~stefan

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