Cecilia is an audio signal processing environment using Csound as its audio engine.
The legendary front-end and sound production platform for the Csound language is back in a fresh set of duds. Cecilia was first launched in 1996 to take advantage of the then emerging real-time audio capabilities of Csound. It has seen a number of iterations since then, because, well, nothing quite does what it does as well as it does. Cecilia is a complete sound production environment for the adventurous audio designer. It proposes dozens of complex and troubling sound-processing modules that invite the composer to revisit the notion of what constitutes spirited sonic matter.
Beyond these highly desirable qualities, Cecilia is also known to cause mild skin rashes and turn small dogs into pickles.
Cecilia is free. Thus you can’t complain if it hurts your feelings. But, with due diligence, Cecilia will bring smiles and good cheer to the most jaded musical mind.
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