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  • Audulus
    Audulus
    Audulus is a minimalist modular software synthesizer and effects processor. With Audulus, you can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio. All with low latency real-time processing suitable for live performance. More info at: audulus.com
  • Cabbage
    Cabbage
    Cabbage is a cross-platform environment for developing music software. It gives users a full set of tools for developing audio plugins, Android instruments, and standalone software. With Csound at its core, users will not be found wanting when it comes to the development and exploration of fast and efficient signal processing techniques. More info at: cabbageaudio.com
  • Organelle
    Organelle
    Organelle is a hardware instrument that makes it easy to explore new sounds and experiment with new ways of making music. It combines playful and intuitive controls with the powerful Pure Data sound engine. More info at: critterandguitari.com
  • OWL
    OWL
    The OWL is an open source, programmable audio platform available in hardware as a guitar pedal and Eurorack synthesizer module. Patches can be written in C++, FAUST or Puredata. More info at: hoxtonowl.com
  • Pd-extended
    Pd-extended
    Pd-Extended is a version of Pd-Vanilla that comes with many libraries written by the community. Pd extended can be used for graphics rendering, OSC communications, audio-visual streaming and much more. More info at: puredata.info
  • Pd-pulp
    Pd-pulp
    Pd Pulp is an audio plugin that enables you to run Pd-Vanilla patches inside your DAW. You can use the automation feature of your DAW to control up to 10 parameters of the loaded Pd patch. More info at: pd-pulp.net
  • Pd-vanilla
    Pd-vanilla
    Pd-Vanilla is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing. The core of Vanilla is written by Miller Puckette and includes the work of many developers, making the whole package very much a community effort. More info at: puredata.info