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Re: Hardware/Software to produce artificial FM sounds

Subject: Re: Hardware/Software to produce artificial FM sounds
From: Pawel Kusmierek <>
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2003 11:50:28 -0800
> Sound Forge ( has simple FM synthesis.
 Adobe Audition (formerly CoolEdit) can produce log and linear FM sweeps
 with up to 5 components (harmonic or not) and additional sinusoidal
 modulation.  Several kinds of waveform shapes (sine, square, inv sine etc)
 are provided.   This is based on my knowledge of CoolEdit 2000 but I
 assume that Adobe Audition can do the same or even more.
 Pawel Kusmierek
 Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
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 02-093 Warsaw, Poland
 phone: (+48 22) 659 85 71 ext. 388 or 379
 fax: (+48 22) 822 53 42

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