SrutiBox 1.2.1 is almost ready - now that I've settled on the UI, I need to redo the instructions pages.
As you can see, there's a new order to the buttons, Churn churns timbres, the info and save buttons look a little nicer.
I added some more buffering and sped up the human voice generation, but it still puts in a little gap when you choose voices.
when choosing a vocal timbre, I generate each "reed's" timbre waveform for that particular frequency, matched to the format shape of a human voice (bass, tenor, alto, soprano) appropriate for that frequency. That way, you don't get "mickey mousing".
Here's an idea of what v1.2.1 will probably look like:
I may tinker with the layout a little more and fix the new info and save icons up .
As you can see, Churn now can churn between timbres, making this app even less like a real srutibox.
It's good to go between a rich one and a thin one, or the variations of sines and organs and voice types.
There's a bit of a taste of it in the SrutiBox web site.
And, there's a different "ShrutiBox" app that looks more like the real thing - it needs that growl that the real boxes have.
It's a dollar cheaper than mine, but I think it'll be OK for Carnatic uses.