[LAU] metasynth equivalent for linux?

Jeremy Salwen jeremysalwen at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 00:50:33 UTC 2012

It's a long shot, but check out hypermammut:

Or mammut: https://github.com/jeremysalwen/mammut-updated

They just take one big FFT of the whole sound, but if you're just looking
for experimental manipulation of spectrum, they might work.


On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 9:43 AM, Hartmut Noack <zettberlin at linuxuse.de>wrote:

> Am 01.06.2012 13:03, schrieb Robin Paulson:
>  hi all,
>> i've been looking for an equivalent to metasynth which runs on linux.
>> does anyone know of anything in this area? in lieu of my finding
>> anything, i have knocked together some quick scripts which replicate
>> part of what it does, but don't want to reinvent the wheel if it
>> already exists.
>> for those of you who don't know metasynth, it is a very influential
>> and unusual/creative piece of software which allows one to 'draw',
> I do this using FingerplayMIDI on my Android-Phone connected to Alsa
> Modular Synth in Linux. It takes some basic knowledge and time to configure
> the matrix of FPMIDI to provoke something usefull in AMS but once it works
> it is absolutely hypnotic fun that poses a serious thread on bedtime ;-)
> DIN is noise offers a drawpad-interface builtin.
> http://www.dinisnoise.org/**about/ <http://www.dinisnoise.org/about/>
>  aphex twin is often cited as the most well-known user, and it was used
>> in the film 'the matrix', and there are others, possibly autechre if i
>> recall correctly.
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/**MetaSynth<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MetaSynth>
>> cheers,
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