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JSyn

JSyn is a modular audio synthesizer for Java by Phil Burk.

You can use JSyn to create unit generators, such as oscillators, filters, and envelopes. Units can be connected together and controlled in real-time from a Java program.

More information about JSyn, including documentation, is at:

http://www.softsynth.com/jsyn/

Pre-compiled JSyn JAR files are at:

http://www.softsynth.com/jsyn/developers/download.php

The JSyn source code is available at:

https://github.com/philburk/jsyn

Building JSyn

You can build JSyn using either Ant or Gradle.

Build Using Ant

Enter:

cd jsyn
ant

The resulting jar will be placed in "dist/lib/".

To run the built-in test App on a desktop, enter something like this:

java -jar dist/lib/jsyn-20160203.jar

but with the correct date.

To create javadocs enter:

ant docs

Build Using Gradle

Enter:

cd jsyn
./gradlew assemble

The resulting jar will be placed in "build/libs/". To run the built-in test App on a desktop, enter something like this:

java -jar build/libs/jsyn-17.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar

but with the correct version.

Test Using Gradle

To run the unit tests, enter:

cd jsyn
./gradlew test

JSyn - Copyright 1997 Mobileer Inc

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