C++ Synthesizer

Open-source C++ projects categorized as Synthesizer

Top 23 C++ Synthesizer Projects

  • Sonic Pi

    Code. Music. Live.

    Project mention: Anyone else using ChatGPT to make music? | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-02-24

    I have wondered what grooves it could come with using https://sonic-pi.net/

  • OTTO

    Sampler, Sequencer, Multi-engine synth and effects - in a box! [WIP] (by bitfieldaudio)

    Project mention: Bitfield Audio – Teenage Engineer OP-1 Inspired Synth | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-04-27
  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

  • mt32-pi

    🎹🎶 A baremetal kernel that turns your Raspberry Pi 3 or later into a Roland MT-32 emulator and SoundFont synthesizer based on Circle, Munt, and FluidSynth.

    Project mention: Something between Rpi and Rpi Pico? | /r/microcontrollers | 2023-12-10

    I have just seen https://github.com/dwhinham/mt32-pi but it doesn't seem as easy to play with and well-documented as the other software I've used.

  • zynaddsubfx

    ZynAddSubFX open source synthesizer

  • DawDreamer

    Digital Audio Workstation with Python; VST instruments/effects, parameter automation, FAUST, JAX, Warp Markers, and JUCE processors

  • DaisySP

    A Powerful DSP Library in C++

    Project mention: Ask HN: Manufacturing somewhat novel MIDI controller | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-11-10

    You are about to bite off a lot. Ignore all the other advice in this thread, I do this for a living.

    You have some software experience, this is good. Assuming you have embedded software experience (which is essential for what you are doing and not at all like web programming) you have a foothold to finish this project without going completely insane.

    Hardware is a completely different beast. With software everything happens in your head and when you get stuck you can usually think your way out of it. With hardware, you really do need to learn to do things meticulously and step by step. There are many things that can go wrong. You will learn a lot on this journey.

    Don't be afraid to ask for help. Finding a hardware community will be essential to do this as you learn the skills you need. You're going to make a lot of mistakes, best to go in embracing it

    A good place to start is to join an open source community for MIDI. Two off the top of my head is http://www.ucapps.de/ for MIDI specific hardware and https://www.electro-smith.com/daisy

    A large amount of the work you will find yourself doing at the beginning is just figuring out where and who to ask questions about things like the keybed and other hardware issues. None of this is terribly 'hard' but none of it is easy. Most of it comes from experience.

    It is almost always best to use someone else's product when you are designing your first. Roger Linn (https://www.rogerlinndesign.com/) gave me some fantastic advice a couple years ago when I was trying to design switch caps: "Do you want to be a company that designs switch caps or one that designs synthesizers?" and that stuck. I don't want to design switch caps, so I bought them off the shelf, contracted someone to design my own, and moved on.

    So to that end... just buy a couple keybeds from Fatar or someone else, or just grab a synth you already have or buy one off ebay and harvest the keybed from that (often times much cheaper than buying direct!)

    Don't be afraid to spend money on tools. If you find something difficult, like soldering, I have not once regretted spending money on better tools. They grow with you and save you hundreds if not thousands of hours of unnecessary frustration. When you know you need a tool, find a way to get it.

    Maybe I should make a blog post about this... hmm

    Hope that helps!

  • calf

    Developers repository of Calf Studio Gear. Expect some issues when using it for production.

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • amsynth

    Simple software synthesizer for Linux

  • ADLplug

    FM Chip Synthesizer — OPL & OPN — VST/LV2/Standalone

  • Vaporizer2

    Vaporizer2 hybrid wavetable additive / subtractive VST / AU / AAX synthesizer / sampler workstation plugin

    Project mention: Vaporizer synth released .linux version. Vst Lv2 Standalone | /r/linuxaudio | 2023-12-04
  • osci-render

    〰📺🔊 Synthesiser audio plugin for making music by drawing objects on an oscilloscope using audio.

  • 4klang

    Official 4klang repository

    Project mention: help packing sound in <4k | /r/Demoscene | 2023-05-12

    I had a deeper look at 4klang, it looks like it's not really taking care of sound output, it's "only" creating the sounds and filling a buffer (I might be wrong, that level of assembly is soooooo over my head. still damn interesting to read, tho)

  • 64klang

    Official 64klang repository

    Project mention: help packing sound in <4k | /r/Demoscene | 2023-05-12

    Gopher also made 64klang, and in the examples here they're using mmsystem to push samples to the soundcard, so I'd be inclined to think that's a pretty good way to do it (if not the best way)

  • esp32_basic_synth

    ESP32 based simple synthesizer project

  • Polaron

    A DIY drum machine for the teensy microcontroller (hardware / software)

  • KnobKraft-orm

    The KnobKraft Orm - The free modern cross-platform MIDI Sysex Librarian

    Project mention: Opensource Patch Librarians? | /r/synthesizers | 2023-11-04

    Consulting the oracle Google I did find one app Knobkraft but it just doesn't want to work correctly for me on my Mac. It complains about not finding python3.10 yet I know it's installed and have it in the environment path.

  • TSynth-Teensy4.1

    TSynth for Teensy 4.1

    Project mention: TSynth Troubleshooting 1.1 :P | /r/synthdiy | 2023-06-24
  • ctag-tbd

    CTAG TBD >>to be determined<< an extendible open source Eurorack sound module

  • HAGIWOs_Module

    eurorack modular synthesizers projects using Arduino.

  • trackerboy

    Game Boy / Game Boy Color music tracker

  • js80p

    A MIDI driven, performance oriented, versatile synthesizer.

    Project mention: [Attila M. Magyar] Attila M. Magyar has released JS80P, a free virtual synth plugin for Windows and Linux. Expiry: None [FREE] | /r/newplugindeals | 2023-05-08
  • OB-Xd

    Virtual Analog Oberheim based synthesizer.

  • aeolus_plugin

    Pipe organ synthesizer (VST plugin)

  • SaaSHub

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2024-02-24.

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Synthesizer projects in C++? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 Sonic Pi 10,493
2 OTTO 2,609
3 mt32-pi 1,157
4 zynaddsubfx 905
5 DawDreamer 809
6 DaisySP 796
7 calf 648
8 amsynth 425
9 ADLplug 411
10 Vaporizer2 378
11 osci-render 358
12 4klang 272
13 64klang 252
14 esp32_basic_synth 216
15 Polaron 182
16 KnobKraft-orm 177
17 TSynth-Teensy4.1 142
18 ctag-tbd 135
19 HAGIWOs_Module 94
20 trackerboy 93
21 js80p 81
22 OB-Xd 75
23 aeolus_plugin 62
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