real-time "machines" by placing blocks and wires. The patches can process and generate real-time audio, including MIDIs. Blocks include MPEG-4 structured audio core opcodes and generators, filters, envelopes and effects.
It also supports VST plug-in and instrument hosting, MP3 decoding, and networking facilities, and more. The program can process and generate event-driven signals, which makes it suitable for composing electronic music.
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