AudioGL Video 3 – Modular Software Synthesizer and Sequencer

February 7, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

This is a very cool demo of the AudioGL modular, check it out

Another update on the AudioGL project. This video features a crowdfunding announcement, and a software demonstration.

Crowdfunding Campaign:
http://www.audiogl.com
or
http://www.indiegogo.com/AudioGL-Crowdfunding-Campaign

Background information:

AudioGL is a Modular Software Synthesizer and Sequencer.  It is designed to allow musicians to create complex compositions with ease.  AudioGL has a dynamic 3D interface which focuses on streamlining workflow, so composers can spend less time navigating the interface, and more time writing music.

Here are the specifications of the computer I have been using to develop AudioGL

Make/Model: Lenovo X61 Tablet

Processor:    Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8ghz

Graphics:      Intel X3100 (low quality integrated graphics card)

Audio:           M-Audio Fasttrack Pro & ASIO4All

Display:        1024×768 (Laptop) – 1280×1024 (External)

As you can see, AudioGL does not require a high performance computer.  If your system specifications are close to or higher than mine, AudioGL should run just fine for you.

Although the interface is rendered in 3D, it does not consume any more resources than a typical 2D interface. Furthermore, the graphical quality of the interface can be raised or lowered, depending upon your preferences.

The synthesizer is designed towards low CPU usage without compromising sound quality.  To provide both, the instruments you create in AudioGL will only consume CPU when they are playing.  This makes it possible to create a large composition on an underpowered laptop, provided that you only have so many instruments playing at one point in time.

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