Hi Martyn,
It uses libsndfile, limited to stereo output per file (but multiple files simultaneously if required), pcm 16/24/32 or float 32/64, any samplerate.
Whether the audio quality of the synthesis/sampling meets your needs is a different matter however. Thanks for the interest :-)

On Sat, 20 Aug 2022 at 23:13, Martyn Cox <info@sound7.co.uk> wrote:
Thanks James. I’ll definitely check this out. 

I’m not in a position to try it right now but I’m curious what parameters are available for the .wav sample generation?

And what sample rates can it spit out?

I saw it was a text based audio app, which is neat. 


On 20 Aug 2022, at 22:18, James <jwm.art.net@gmail.com> wrote:

Fired my first open source project (it's 19 years old now) up the other day to create some background ambience for a youtube video I was making. It didn't compile, so I fixed the compile errors and got it working.

Unarchived it from github, pushed a few commits, fixed the compile warnings. Just dipping toes in code.

It's not professional quality software, but it makes sound, shrug.


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