Introducing the open source software modular 'BESPOKE' that allows you to build synthesizers on your PC for free

September 14, 2021 is the official version of the open source software modular 'Bespoke ' that allows you to create sounds by connecting modules and effectors like a real synthesizer on Windows, macOS, and Linux. It was released in.

Bespoke Synth

Bespoke is available in over 190 modules and also supports MIDI controllers. By connecting software modules on Bespoke, you can build your own original synthesizer.

In addition, since external audio input is also possible, it is possible to use other than electronic sounds produced from the circuit.

In addition, Bespoke can host VST plugins. In addition, 'live coding' that generates music in real time by a Python program is also possible.

You can watch the Bespoke demo published on YouTube by the actual developer, Ryan Challinor, below.

Bespoke Jam 5 --YouTube

Bespoke is available in three versions: the free version 'Bespoke Free', the $ 5 'Bespoke Plus', and the $ 15 'Bespoke Pro'. However, all the functions are the same. The paid version is actually a donation to Mr. Challenger. Bespoke has been open sourced by Challenger since 2011, and the source code is available on GitHub.

in Software,   Video, Posted by log1i_yk