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Re: Hardware/Software to produce artificial FM sounds

Subject: Re: Hardware/Software to produce artificial FM sounds
From: Denny Bromley <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 10:34:12 -0700
an email body?)
 Sound Forge ( has simple FM synthesis.  The mega fm
 synthesis which allows anything you want is Native Instrument's Reactor.
 That's no joke to learn, but it should do anything you want.  You can build
 your own signal system from component parts (including samples inline if
 you're dealing with recorded sounds, etc.).  Let me know if it works for
 you! =)

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