Kids Synth
Kids Synth
1.2.2

5.0

Kids Synth free download for Mac

Kids Synth

1.2.2
19 September 2008

Sound creation tool for children.

Overview

Kids Synth is a tool for creating sound for kids. You can create many types of sounds only by dragging and lining up building blocks.

Kids Synth is designed to help kids to learn the basic structure of sounds. At the same time, it is also useful for adult users who want to create sound effects easily.

What's new in Kids Synth

Version 1.2.2:
  • Changed URL used for automatic update.

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4 Kids Synth Reviews

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Arvidtp
22 April 2007

Most helpful

I, as a soon to be Computer Music and Multimedia graduate from Brown and Max/MSP hacker, actually find this fun and interesting ---- so its not just for little kids! Cool concept
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Version 1.0.4
Arvidtp
22 April 2007
I, as a soon to be Computer Music and Multimedia graduate from Brown and Max/MSP hacker, actually find this fun and interesting ---- so its not just for little kids! Cool concept
Like (1)
Version 1.0.4
Nexialys
08 February 2007
OH.. it seems that my suggestion was taken into consideration... :) glad to see that.. :)
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Version 1.0.2
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MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
08 February 2007
Don't know what you mean, nothing has been changed.
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Version 1.0.2
Nexialys
08 February 2007
a little suggestion: use the word "kids", or "teen" please... childs between 0 and 8 would never have the ability to see the use of that tool... :) aside of that, this is a great tool for teaching the structure of sounds...
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Version 1.0.1
Dlwormwood
31 January 2007
This is actually an interesting little toy. While it lacks the precision to easily make a specific sound being imagined, it demonstrates concepts like variable pitch, volume envelope, and wave form distinction between sine, triangle and square waves rather well with a drag-and-drop interface. This does appear well suited to teach school students some of the simpler parts of acoustic science. It's too bad there isn't support for colored noise generation. (The random waveform can't be adjusted tightly enough.)
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Version 1.0