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Create Hardware via Drag and Drop



… with Sonic Core´s SCOPE 6 Software Development Kit (SDK), a real time modular & graphical programming environment for DSP based audio applications.   

You don´t need to be a professional developer to build your own synthesizers and effects any longer! With the SCOPE 6 SDK you have an easy to use environment and a huge library of outstanding DSP modules and algorithms at hand, that help you to make your idea of high quality audio gear come true. You can literally drag & drop the structures of your visionary instrument and find them set up in DSP hardware almost instantly. Let the legendary SCOPE sound be part of your venture.



SCOPE 6 SDK


// What can I use the SCOPE 6 SDK for?

  • to build plugins for Sonic Core´s legendary studio environment
  • for educational purposes (sound design, computer music, DSP programming, signal processing…)

// SCOPE 6 SDK in a nutshell:
  • extended controller implementation (CopperLan, Midi, OSC)
  • develop once – make it run on various platforms, without needing to change the code
  • customize or extend existing SCOPE plug-ins
  • add the features you are missing
  • growing DSP module libraries
  • no limits to what a new GUI can look like
  • create modern, up to date interfaces
  • any C++ library (e.g. JUCE, QT, VST GUI etc.) can be used for GUI design
  • completely detached from previous SCOPE SDK versions
  • no longer limited to controls provided by previous SDK versions

    For more detailed questions please see the FAQ.








 

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Composer,
Producer, Musician, Director of California State Summer School of the Arts: "I love the unlimited routing capabilities of the SCOPE Software, whether live recording or mixing out of my computer to outboard analog gear and back into the computer. Whatever you can imagine you can patch through the SCOPE Mixer and routing modules… Working 64 bit SCOPE is awesome!”