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       stk-demo - Sound Synthesis Toolkit demo application


       stk-demo Instrument [options]


       The  stk-demo program demonstrates several of the algorithms that are built into the Sound
       Synthesis Toolkit (STK). The stk-demo is a command line program, but it has a GUI frontend
       called  STKDemo.  Use  STKDemo  if you  want to try out the different synthesis algorithms
       implemented in STK.

       The stk-demo program can be used to build your own synthesizer/sequencer combination.  The
       program is listening to SKINI commands on stdin.

       Instrument can be one of the following:

       Clarinet,  BlowHole,  Saxofony,  Flute,  Brass, BlowBotl, Bowed, Plucked, StifKarp, Sitar,
       Mandolin, Rhodey, Wurley, TubeBell,  HevyMetl,  PercFlut,  BeeThree,  FMVoices,  VoicForm,
       Moog, Simple, Drummer, BandedWG, Shakers, ModalBar, Mesh2D, Resonate, Whistle

       Simultaneous  multiple  output  types are supported.  Likewise, simultaneous control input
       types are supported.  SKINI formatted scorefiles can be piped or redirected  to  stk-demo,
       though  realtime  control  flags  should  be  omitted when doing so. If the optional <file
       names> are not specified, default names will be indicated.  Each flag must include its own
       '-' sign.


       -s RATE to specify a sample rate

       -n NUMBER
              specifies the number of voices to allocate

       -ow <file name>
              for .wav audio output file

       -os <file name>
              for .snd audio output file

       -om <file name>
              for .mat audio output file

       -oa <file name>
              for .aif audio output file

       -or    for realtime audio output

       -ip    for realtime control input by pipe

       -is <port>
              for realtime control input by socket

       -im    for realtime control input by MIDI,

       SEE ALSO

              /usr/share/doc/stk-doc in the stk-doc package.


       This manual page was written for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                         august 13, 2004                              STK-DEMO(1)