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Sonitarium 1.2

Sonitarium employs a variant of DSF synthesis with aliasing-free oscillators.


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  • Last Updated: Jul 20, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Sonitarium is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Burkhard Reike. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Sonitarium:

EditByBSEditor: Sonitarium employs a variant of DSF synthesis with aliasing-free oscillators that generate a quadrature stereo signal. Providing up to 100 oscillators per voice, Sonitarium is most suitable for Smooth pads, layered leads, and some oddities.

Sonitarium was made using SynthEdit. The sound engine isn't based on native Synthedit modules, though, but newly coded in C++.


Aliasing-free DSF oscillators, each generating a quadrature stereo signal.
Up to 100 oscillators per voice. Unison controls to alter the pitches and phases of the oscillators.
Freely selectable polyphony with up to 16 voices.
Text field input for all controls.
Envelope and key tracking controlled volume. Adjustable pitch bend range.
Freely adjustable Attack, Decay, and Release slopes.
MIDI control of all parameters (CC).
82 presets.

What's new

About 40% less CPU drain (only on systems supporting SSE2 instructions, eg. Pentium4, Athlon64 or later).
Fixed crackling noise when running multiple synth instances on multi-core systems.
22 new presets by runagate.
Fixed potential pops and sticking notes.
Limited the maximum generated Frequency to 21kHz even at sample rates greater than 44.1kHz to avoid volume change at different sample rates.
Downward compatible to v1.0/v1.0a.
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