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Audion

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Development Tool by Transonic
Audion
Audion by Transonic is an Audio Plugin Host for Windows. It can host VST Plugins.
Product
Version
0.1.0
System Requirements
written in C#, requires dot Net 4.0
Can Host
Instruments
Can Host
Effects
Other
Development Tool
Open Source
GPL
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Audion is a Windows application for creating your own audio plugins. THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. We've divided our road map into three general phases:

Phase 1: being able to patch together preexisting modules into a working interface-less audio plugin.
Phase 2: creating a graphic interface for this plugin
Phase 3: going beyond just patching, and program new modules in a language we are calling "Fast".

We are currently in phase one; the screenshot will give you a general idea of the direction we are heading. But the road will be a long one, steep and twisting, so we are posting this preview because along the way we will welcome user input to steer us down the right path. So come, join us on this journey and we'll see where it goes together.

For 32-bit Windows, you need to have .NET 4.0 installed to run it. As with all Transonic software, this is open source.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By bebopdajig
October 9, 2017

What a great and inspired idea. Please tell me more about this as it develops :-).......................................... D.

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Comments & Discussion for Transonic Audion

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Discussion: Active
brok landers
brok landers
1 August 2019 at 1:08am

this seems to be dead and not available. shame...

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georgeellery
georgeellery
5 August 2019 at 4:57pm

Dead? (takes pulse, checks breath with mirror). Perish the thought! Very much alive.

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