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Kyma x.32 Universal Binary

Saturday April 8, 2006. 04:27 PM, by clouvel Macintel > Music Software > Symbolic Sound
Music Software : Kyma x.32 Universal Binary - macmusicKyma is now available as version x.32 Universal Binary for both Intel-based and PowerPC-base Macs. This UB version runs 3.3 times faster on a MacBook Pro than on the Powerbook G4 1 Ghz. Kyma is a visual sound design environment that runs on your Macintosh. It's a graphical language for creating, modifying, and combining sounds. Kyma is an unusually open-ended, flexible, and real-time controllable environment for creating new sounds. Kyma provides you with hundreds of basic modules and over a thousand complex examples that you can combine to create your own synthesis algorithms, your own effects algorithms, and your own forms of sample manipulation that can be performed in real time with responsive controls.

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