JSyn is an audio synthesis toolbox for Java Programmers. It allows composers, and web developers to build virtual modular synthesizers that can be used in a stand-alone applications, or in web based Java Applets.
- SoftSynth.com Announces Immediate Availability of JSynTM V14.2
- Additional Press releases on SoftSynth.com's News Page
||JSyn FilterFun Applet running in Netscape
and the Wire Patch Editor
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||Phil Burk, left, of SoftSynth.com, demonstrates JSyn, JMSL and the
WebDrum to James Gosling, vice president and Sun Fellow, of Sun Microsystems,
Inc. during Gosling's Keynote address to 10,000 conference attendees plus
a webcast audience, Tuesday, June 5, 2001, at Sun Microsystems' JavaOne
2001 Developer Conference in San Francisco.
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(Photo for Sun by Charlotte Fiorito, Mast Photography, Inc., San Francisco)
May 2001: Article in NewMusicBox about Nick Didkovsky, a NY composer who uses JSyn extensively.
- History of JSyn
- Short Curriculum Vitae of Phil Burk
- Resume for Phil Burk
- JSyn Home Page
- JSyn Documentation Home Page
- JSyn Example Applets Page
- Selected List of Concert Events, past and future, that involved JSyn
- JSyn Slide Show
- JSyn paper presented at ICMC '98 (PDF, 22K)
- JSyn Feature Summary