There is a kangaroo theme to Kangas Sound Editor.
The user can synthesize sound effects and music effectively from scratch using this program.
Musical pitches are constructed using a system of frequency ratios, rather than the conventional equal-temperament notation; however MIDI pitch numbers can be used to specify a base note from which other notes are relative to.
The user interface uses a system of cells or boxes, which are placed using drag and drop, and that have associated properties which describe various characteristics of the instrument/sound/chord group etc.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Precision of numbers displayed and input-able with Graphs, Anti-harmonic Bases and Variations has been increased from 3 to 6 decimal places, precision of Harmonic/Anti-harmonic factors has been increased from 3 to 8 decimal places. A new display-only column 'Frequency Multiple' and an additional validation check on save have been introduced to Anti-harmonic Bases. Graphs, Harmonics, Anti-harmonics, Anti-harmonic Bases and Variations have a new color scheme, and their finder dialogs have a new slider control 'Axis detail level'. Axis labels now have a grey, semi-transparent background to improve their readability whilst not totally obscuring the data. Rendering of Anti-harmonic and Anti-harmonic Bases has been improved. A bug in the XML import of 'Keep intermediate file' flags has been fixed. A bug relating to the input/validation of columns 'Initial interval' for Variations has been fixed.