Sineqube releases Kapling 1.0

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Sineqube Kapling

Sineqube has released version 1.0 of Kapling, a simple little standalone physical modeling synthesizer application for Mac OS X built with Max/MSP.

It is based on the Karplus-Strong algorithm. Kapling uses this method to attempt the emulation of resonant bodies, like a string being plucked, or melodic percussion instrument being struck. Eight independent voices are triggered by a 32-step sequencer, with a variety of parameters set up to help you sculpt new timbres in realtime. Kapling also features a tempo-synced stereo delay and recording to disk.

In simpler terms, Kapling can help you make twangy, boingy, klonky tones.

Kapling features

  • 8 independent synth voices.
  • 32-step sequencer.
  • Realtime timbral controls.
  • Randomized initial impulse to provide natural variation over time.
  • Tempo-synced stereo delay.
  • Store presets for pitch, sequences, and timbre, and export them to disk.
  • Record output directly to disk as an aiff file.
  • CPU monitor helps keep track of the tax on your system.
  • Each voice has a hotkeyed mute switch for ease of live use.

Kapling is available as a freeware standalone application for Mac. Donations are most welcome.

Visit Sineqube for more information.

  • Francisco C

    This looks very interesting. :)

    @Sineqube: How about a Windows PC version?

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