SunVox

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SunVox
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SunVox v1.6
Developer(s) Alexander Zolotov (NightRadio)
Stable release 1.7.5 / 2014-06-26
Written in C++
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Maemo, MeeGo, Palm OS, Windows Mobile, Apple iOS, Android
Type Digital audio workstation, Tracker
License Proprietary. Commercial for Apple iOS and Android; Freeware for other systems
Website http://www.warmplace.ru/soft/sunvox/

SunVox is a compact cross-platform audio tracker with modular synthesizers.[1]

Features:

  • minimalistic scalable interface for working on any video resolution;
  • highly-optimized sound synthesis algorithms for working on any type of hardware (from powerful computers with 32-bit sound to low-power PDAs and smartphones with 16-bit sound);
  • support for 16, 24 and 32 bit WAV, AIFF, and XI samples;
  • Supported sound systems: ASIO, DirectSound, MME, ALSA, OSS, JACK (iOS and Linux), Audiobus;
  • MIDI In/Out.

History[edit]

SunVox was created during the evolution of the previous two trackers developed by NightRadio - PsyTexx (2002) and PsyTexx II (2005). The first version of SunVox was introduced in 2008.

As a result of public voting on the site Palm Sounds SunVox was named the most innovative applications in 2008[2] and 2009.[3]

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