Meanwhile, the possibly next generation project is taking shape at https://github.com/Sciss/FScape-next - currently it has neither a GUI nor the high-level modules of FScape 1, but it might already be fun to use for experimenting if you are willing to write some synth graphs in Scala.
Latest release is 1.7.0, containing updated look-and-feel.
Hey mate - quick question - when you use the spectral patcher, what do you do with the output file from the "synthesize" module? cuz it doesnt seem to be an audio file
Hanns Holger Rutz
Hey. I think that's a 32-bit float Berkeley/IRCAM style sound file; the reason being that you don't need to update the header as the file grows. Try putting that into the input of a ChangeGain module, it should show you the info. Yes, I just checked, that's the case. You can convert it into other format (AIFF, Wav) using ChangeGain if necessary.
Ahhh! Thank you so much!
IM HAVING AN ISUE WITH CONCAT, WHERE IT SAYS "FILENAME ANALYSIS FAILED
@cclcng concat is made for a sequence of systematically named files, so it can concat not just two but many sounds. Check out the menu item Help > Module Documentation. For example, you could have first file name "foo1.aif" and last file name "foo40.aif", then it would read and concatenate "foo1.aif", "foo2.aif", "foo3.aif" … "foo40.aif". If you want to concatenate two files, you could name them eyelids1.wav and eyelids2.wav.