JSigGen Crack + With License Key
Java Signal Generator allows you to create, play and edit Sine, Triangle, Pulse, Square, Sawtooth and Noise waveforms.
Users can choose from a library of pre-made waveforms that they can save into a database and play back later.
JSigGen can play waveforms from an Audio Clip stored on the user’s hard drive and it supports both Mono and stereo output.
The documentation and tutorials are available online at
The target platform is cross platform including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
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JSigGen Crack PC/Windows
To start the program click on the executable «JSigGen.exe» in the main directory of your web browser (for example,
«C:\Program Files (x86)\JSigGen» in my case).
To stop the program, click on the exit button.
2. Linux and Mac OS X
The program and its source code can be found on the project’s web site at:
3. Common Problems
(1) This FAQ deals with the two main issues most users have with JSigGen.
The first issue arises when you try to «play» a JSigGen-generated signal using your sound card as an output device.
When you try to play a file containing a JSigGen-generated sound with your sound card, some
recording programs will show that your sound card cannot provide the frequency information to the sound card
and will ask you to «lower» the recording level.
(2) When you hear a distinctive click when JSigGen generates a signal, it means that the signal has been generated on
a value other than 2048 Hz. It is quite normal.
To lower the volume of the click, see the FAQ «Setting a Noise source level».
4. Windows (Unsupported)
(1) To create a JSigGen-generated file, go to «Preferences» and choose the filetype to be «WAV file».
(2) To start JSigGen, go to «Programs» and double click on the «JSigGen.exe» file in the «JSigGen» folder.
(3) To stop JSigGen, click on the «Exit» button.
(4) If you want to add a JSigGen-generated file to your «My Sounds» menu, right click on the sound in «My Sounds» and
choose the «Open» option.
(5) If you need the source code of the program, please email the author.
5. Mac OS X (10.4 or 10.5)
(1) To create a JSigGen-generated file, go to «System Preferences» and choose the file type to be «Wave file».
(2) To start JSigGen, go to «Applications» and double click on the «JSigGen.app
JSigGen is a software sound generator for guitar, keyboard, and other instruments.
JSigGen is designed as an accesible signal generator that makes use of your system’s sound card as an output device.
JSigGen can generate waveforms and can be useful when it comes to tuning musical instruments.
JSigGen is written in the Java programming language and can be run on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
* Generate musical notes from MIDI data
* Generate and play back notes with random or semi-random timing
* Generate and play back chords and basslines with random or semi-random timing
* Generate waveforms and control their properties
* Generate waveforms based on a sound file or a MIDI file
* Generate waveforms based on audio input (MIDI instruments)
* Generate random waveforms
* Generate waveforms according to a wavetable or sine function
* Generate vibratos
* Generate note glissandos
* Generate oscillators
* Generate ring modulation
* Modify existing waveforms
* Arrange a sequence of notes into a chord
* Recursively apply effects to notes
* Adjust piano, organ, or guitar tunings
* Play single notes, chords, and basslines
* Adjust length and volume of notes
* Adjust relative volumes of each note
* Add random noise and modulation
* Select one or more notes and basslines from a list
* Modify the following properties for a note:
* Start position
* Loop duration
* Pitch bend range
* Pitch bend range:
* 0 (none)
* -32 (lowest note)
* +32 (highest note)
* -100 (lowest pitch)
* +100 (highest pitch)
* +128 (falloff time)
* Ramp down
* Ramp down:
* 0 (no ramp)
* 1 (fast)
* 2 (slow)
* Note length
* Note length:
* 0 (normal)
* 2 (short)
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There is a difference between a Digital Signal Generate(DIGITAL GENERATOR) and a Sound Generator.
A sound generator generates the waveforms that are sent to your sound card via audio jacks.
A digital signal generator is a computer program that takes input waveforms(A: analog, O: other) and output a waveform of a certain format(a: 24bit, o: other).
This program will then «Tune» the soundcard to a preset tone.
For this program you need to have a soundcard and know the soundcard’s name and the settings for a stereo output.
It is not necessary that your soundcard have an equalizer( EQ ) built into it.
The Soundcard has to be set to Stereo and the Output of your soundcard has to be turned on.
To get started with JSigGen you should open the sound file menu in your system’s sound settings(choose «Test» if not found).
If there is a «Test» entry, you have a soundcard and can proceed to run the program.
If not, you may want to add a «Test» entry to your soundcard settings, as this will allow you to configure your soundcard before running JSigGen.
The program’s main window has several areas.
- The TONE menu:
In this menu, the SOUND card should be selected and «EQ» should be checked.
If not, press «Enter» to enable the equalizer.
- The «GENERATE» menu:
On this menu you select waveform types, settings, and instruments you want to use.
(You can use the help feature to select the type of signal you want to generate, or click on one of the drop down boxes to choose)
There are many Waveforms(modulated, white noise, shortwave,…)
There are different settings for the waveform generator(oversampling, tone, volume,…).
In this menu you select a soundcard and choose a instrument that you want to generate.
If the soundcard can generate more than one instrument at once, you can choose which instrument you want to use by selecting it here.
By clicking the «OK» button, you generate the specified waveform.
For the «Pressure waveform generator» you can set the sampling rate, frequency(set to 0 to get a 24bit waveform), and length(start and end point) for the wave.
You can choose one of the instrument samples or use your own.
You can select the sample by choosing a sample waveform from the drop down menu, or by dragging one.
When you get to the start and end points of the sample, a «Change» button will appear to help you choose a starting and
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