Designing Software Synths With SynthEdit

Rick Jelliffe explains what’s possible with SynthEdit, the Windows shareware program that helps you build your own software synthesizers and effects.

  • Make Your Own Software Synth, Part 1 introduces SynthEdit and the VST format and offers extensive links to sounds and instruments (both commercial and free) made with SynthEdit.
  • Make Your Own Software Synth, Part 2 introduces the basic categories of synthesizers and explores the basic design and GUI of the Ricko-3A, a real VST virtual synthesizer created by the author.
Part three is on the way and will describe the details of making the Ricko-3A, including the modules and how MIDI automation is implemented.
 
SynthEdit tutorials
 
Virtual instruments
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