[LAD] Version 0.6 of The Newtonator available

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Date: Sunday, August 26, 2012 - 4:43 pm

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The "I went on a diet and look at me now!" version. There's been a lot
of fat cut out in this version, namely floor modulation. I tried to
remove the things that really weren't making much of a difference in
regards to the breadth of sounds that are capable of being generated.

Changes in v0.6:

- removed floor modulation altogether; wasn't getting enough bang for the buck, sound-wise
- removed Gravity Readjust
- removed Switch Velocity
- removed Channel Separation
- removed patched Stk source code from code-base, now it compiles against dynamic lib
- added limit to velocity
- made stereo synthesis optional in UI

Next version will probably focus on some new ideas, but if any given control doesn't make a big difference in the sound being made, it won't make
the cut.

The Newtonator is an LV2 soft
synth that uses a unique algorithm based on simple ideas of velocity and acceleration to produce some unpredictable sounds. More documentation
can be found on the project website at http://newtonator.sf.net/.

Thanks,
Michael Bechard
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The "I went on a diet and look at me now!" version. There's been a lot
of fat cut out in this version, namely floor modulation. I tried to
remove the things that really weren't making much of a difference in
regards to the breadth of sounds that are capable of being generated.

Changes in v0.6:

- removed floor modulation altogether; wasn't getting enough bang for the buck, sound-wise
- removed Gravity Readjust
- removed Switch Velocity
- removed Channel Separation
- removed patched Stk source code from code-base, now it compiles against dynamic lib
- added limit to velocity
- made stereo synthesis optional in UI

Next
version will probably focus on some new ideas, but if any given control
doesn't make a big difference in the sound being made, it won't make
the cut.

The Newtonator is an LV2 soft
synth that uses a unique algorithm based on simple ideas of velocity and
acceleration to produce some unpredictable sounds. More documentation
can be found on the project website at http://newtonator.sf.net/.

Thanks,
Michael Bechard

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