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SynthEdit

Modular Environment Plugin by Jeff McClintock
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SynthEdit
SynthEdit by Jeff McClintock is a Virtual Instrument and a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin and an Audio Plugin Host for Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin. It can host VST Plugins.
Product
Version
1.4.704
Instrument
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Effect
Formats
Can Host
Instruments
Can Host
Effects
Other
Development Tool
Sample Formats
Loads and/or Saves
sfz, SFZ/WAV
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SynthEdit is a modular synth/effect environment which allows you to save your creations as VST instruments and effects.

With SynthEdit you can design your own Soft Synth from the ground up. Drag and drop modular components, connect them with virtual "patch cords". Want to share your synth with others? SynthEdit's Save-as-Plugin function makes your own VST3 or Audio Unit plug-in synth or effect.

Explore Virtual Analog synthesis, and techniques like Frequency Modulation, Phase Distortion, and Sampling. Create your own drum synth or effect unit.

Features:

  • Design your own virtual synth, effect or drum machine.
  • Make your own VST3 or Audio Unit plug-ins.
  • Play it live via a MIDI keyboard.
  • Play it from a MIDI file.
  • Use VST Plug-in instruments and effects. No restrictions on how you connect them.
  • Record/Play multi-channel audio to disk.
  • Play wave files.
  • Process live audio.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews
SynthEdit

Reviewed By jorra [all]
March 30th, 2023
Version reviewed: 1.4 on Windows

SynthEdit puts meaning into my life!

The more you learn about SynthEdit the deeper you can dive. There's no end to what SE is capable of.

Thank you, Jeff.

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SynthEdit

Reviewed By BipTunia [all]
July 9th, 2018
Version reviewed: 1.3 on Windows

I'd love to give this 10 stars out of 5 if I could.

It's amazing. And most of the cool free synths I like are made with it.

There's a little bit of a learning curve, but once you figure it out, you're golden.

I recommend to start, you look at the YouTube tuts.

Keep up the good work and Thank you for your service, Jef.

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Comments & Discussion for Jeff McClintock SynthEdit

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Discussion: Active
jeejeestudio
jeejeestudio
15 March 2013 at 12:15pm

any news on a new version?

wikter
wikter
21 September 2014 at 6:03pm

Yes, the prize is now 80€ (VAT included)

placemat
placemat
5 October 2014 at 10:07pm

If I sample say an old sound module, could I then create a VST version with synthedit using the WAV files?

and also could I create my own GUI from a photo edited in Photoshop? I've registered on the synthedit page, but it won't allow me to ask questions for some mad reason! Any help would be gratefully received.

jobromedia
jobromedia
6 October 2014 at 4:39am

Good luck with that! You could, but then that company's lawyers would shut you down really good. Look up Grok 02SM, and you'll understand. This synth where up on the Internet for less than a month, most likely just a week or so until Korg's lawyers shut down that project.Christof Bircher got a cease and desist letter that litterally forced his hands to remove it on his own, or he would have to fork out a huge bill for a lawyer, that would cost him even more money. It doesn't matter how good you think your plugin is. Infringement is always infringement..

placemat
placemat
8 October 2014 at 9:40am

Hi, .

it understand where you are coming from, but this would be just a personal thing. I wouldn't be interested in selling it. I haven't used this program before & I'm very interested in doing so as I think it would benefit me greatly, but there seems to be no support on the website nor is there anything on YouTube to help with using samples. If I wanted to create a synth, there are plenty of tutorials.

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wikter
wikter
7 October 2014 at 6:26pm

Well... Just make some small tweaks to those sounds and avoid names like Dnalor o Ahamay. Just put those multisamples in something like a soundfont and create your own interface based on anything but a photo of that piece of hardware. The more popular it became, the more exposure to law conflicts.

wikter
wikter
7 October 2014 at 6:26pm

Well... Just make some small tweaks to those sounds and avoid names like Dnalor o Ahamay. Just put those multisamples in something like a soundfont and create your own interface based on anything but a photo of that piece of hardware. The more popular it became, the more exposure to law conflicts.

placemat
placemat
8 October 2014 at 9:43am

Hello, thanks for the help. So are you saying I have to use sound fonts to create the synth and not the WAV files? Pardon my ignorance, but I'm trying to get my head around it! If there was a complete manual I could get, that would be awesome!:-)

magicmusic
magicmusic
10 October 2014 at 9:09am

about of use of old synths and samples from them. I have hear, it is possible to offer VST legal from old soundmodule, when there is no copyright notice that forbid to use the sounds in a Synthesizer VST for this soundmodule attach on buy.

and on old sound modules before VST area no such copyright information was add. So you have the rights to use the sounds everywhere. a later change for old is not possible, because your rights that you can do with something you buy before connot reduce later. this sound logic to me.

magicmusic
magicmusic
10 October 2014 at 9:13am

I also like know, if there come a final version of 64-bit synthedit. that synthedit 64-bit only support VST3 is a limit, currently, but i guess sooner or later all support VST 3 in 64-bit.

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