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Physical Harm
Software: 30 Nov 2006
By: HarmVisser


http://www.hvsynthdesign.com/kymax.php

Sound designer/composer Harm Visser announces the release of his new Kyma Physical Modeling Toolkit, a collection of Kyma Sounds based on modal synthesis. According to Visser, "What makes this toolkit special is the integration with the Kyma environment; for example, you can use the CrossFilter to model the body of an instrument, and you have endless possibilities for creating excitation signals and developing tables for non-linear string and bore behavior." The toolkit comes with a large library of instruments, ranging from guitars, eastern plucked strings (like the sitar), to a large number of wind instruments (saxophone, shakuhashi, etc) and keyboard instruments (clavichord, clavinet, Hammond, etc). You can hear demos of the new sounds (sequenced by Harm Visser plus a few performed live on the Continuum by Edmund Eagan at http://www.hvsynthdesign.com/kymax.php.


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