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|Title: ||Modeling a VST Synthesizer|
|Authors: ||Karavasileiadis, Christos|
|Advisor: ||Andreasen, Troels|
|Examination Date: ||20-Jun-2008|
|Issue Date: ||9-Jun-2008|
|Abstract: ||Our main purpose of this project is to experiment and program a VST synthesizer plug-in
which can be used to model and create sounds through a host application in a computer.
In this report, we firstly present the history of the synthesizers. Secondly, we explain and
discuss the requirements and “must-know” parts of a typical synthesizer. We then
compare the analogue synthesis and digital synthesis and explain the differences between
them. After that, the two leading parts of a VST synthesizer; ‘MIDI’ (Musical Instrument
Digital Interface) and ‘VST’ (Virtual Studio Technology) are analyzed to certain extend.
As the final part, we spell out the design/ implementation of our VST synthesizer plug-in
and the explanation of our source codes will also be seen.|
|Education: ||Naturvidenskabelige internationale basisuddannelse (NIB) / International Basic Studies in Natural Sciences|
|Appears in Collections:||NIB rapporter / Natural Science International Basic Studies Projects|
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