SonicBirth: An AudioUnit Audio Design Application For OSX

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SonicBirth is an AudioUnit designing application. The first in its category, it allows users to build their own AudioUnit plugins, either by working with existing circuits or by creating circuits completely from scratch. SonicBirth is also a free AudioUnits package, as it comes bundled with a set of plugins designed for standalone use as plugins as well as pre-constructed circuits to modify or build upon for creating new plugins. Whether you’re looking for traditional eqs, compressors, and reverbs, or softsynths, distortion, and filters, etc., SonicBirth allows you unprecedented freedom and creativity over your sound.

SonicBirth is based on a powerful, flexible engine. Every plugin can be used in 32 bits or 64 bits for added precision. Since all plugins share this engine, any improvement in speed will benefit all of them.

Web Cam Stop Motion

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“This corner of the Internets is a space to experiment with a neat flash game that lets you create stop-motion animations. All you need is a webcam, a few seconds and a little imagination.”

Native Instruments Kontakt Scripting Tools

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Excellent Kontakt Tools

Features:

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  • Syntax highlighting of script code.
  • Indent/dedent selected code (you can indent/dedent several rows with one key press).
  • Automatical reindentation of selected code
  • Pressing F5 runs compiles the code (this lets you declare and use user-defined functions and organize variables into families) and puts the code on the clipboard, ready to be pasted into K2.
    The compiler now reports common errors and automatically moves the cursor to the right place to let you fix them. Furthermore the syntax has been extended.
  • Pressing F10 exports the script to syntax highlighted HTML and automatically opens the page in your browser for previewing.
  • Code completion (pressing Ctrl+Space fills in the rest of the current word).
  • Call tips (pressing Ctrl+Shift+Space shows documentation for the function being called).
  • Parenthesis matching. When you write “)” the corresponding “(” is highlighted.
  • Goto line function
  • Ability to switch between fixed width fonts and variable width ones
  • Ability to choose number of steps (spaces) of indentation and an option to reindentate the whole script when this setting is changed.
  • Unlimited undo / redo
  • The compiler can optionally output compacted code (reducing it’s size by >50%) to help dealing with a K2 bug causing slowdowns for large scripts.
  • ‘end …’ lines can optionally be automatically added and there’s support for automatic indentation of pasted code.
  • Navigation panel which lets one quickly jump to any callback or function.
  • Tabbed interface for editing multiple scripts at the same time.
  • new Code folding and improved syntax highlighting. It is off by default since it makes files slower to load, but can be activated in the Settings menu.

DiRT: An Amazing Page Of Links To Research Tools

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Digital Research Tools (DiRT)

“This wiki collects information about tools and resources that can help scholars (particularly in the humanities and social sciences) conduct research more efficiently or creatively. Whether you need software to help you manage citations, author a multimedia work, or analyze texts, Digital Research Tools will help you find what you’re looking for. We provide a directory of tools organized by research activity, as well as reviews of select tools in which we not only describe the tool’s features, but also explore how it might be employed most effectively by researchers.”