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A standalone synthesizer that is controlled through text files in an extendable way.

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[Sine]thesizer

Overview

It is a digital synthesizer that has no GUI and is controlled through text files instead. Thus, some things might be done much faster and some things might be completely automated.

The list of implemented and planned features is as follows:

  • Balance between freedom for user and simplicity of input formats
  • Support of additive synthesis, subtractive synthesis, and AM/PM synthesis
  • Sound effects (e.g., phaser, overdrive, reverb, etc)
  • Custom envelopes
  • Noises and drums
  • Rich collection of presets

Installation

To install a stable version, run:

pip install sinethesizer

Usage

This synthesizer converts MIDI files and special text files to WAV files with resulting audio tracks.

For a MIDI file, it can be done with the following command:

python -m sinethesizer \
    -i path/to/track.midi \
    -p path/to/presets.yml \  # Or -p path/to/dir_with_presets
    -m path/to/midi_config.yml \
    -o path/to/output.wav

However, MIDI files are binary and, therefore, quite opaque. Also, integration between them and this synth is not complete: for example, control changes are ignored and event-level effects can not be applied. Here, TSV (Tab-Separated Values) files of special schema can be used as a native and more transparent alternative to MIDI. To process such a file, run:

python -m sinethesizer \
    -i path/to/track.tsv \
    -p path/to/presets.yml \  # Or -p path/to/dir_with_presets
    -o path/to/output.wav

Below table provides links to detailed information about input files that are required from a user.

Option Description Example
-i path/to/track.tsv Track definition Scale
-p path/to/presets.yml Instruments definition Demo instruments
-m path/to/midi_config.yml Settings of MIDI file interpretation Demo MIDI config

If something is still unclear, you can read the source code — it is structured and has built-in documentation. Also your questions are welcome.

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