Following from my first post last week, here is the second. I'm open sourcing a project I started earlier this year.
The Rham is a virtual analogue synthesizer in Audio Unit format. It models a wave table based dual-oscillator subtractive synthesizer. Several presets are also included.
The project started in April as a port of the Linux amSynth to Apple's Audio Unit format. It began with the Developer Tool's example SinSynth (hence the Xcode project name) and then grew to incorporate the wave tables from MonoWave II, a Moog style filter and a valve distortion unit from SonicBirth.
I wanted to write a nice Cocoa user interface but ran out of time, so it's now open source. Perhaps someone else will be willing. I use Plastic SCM to do source code management. If you'd like to contribute contact me and I'll accept your source changes in their entirety (no patches or diffs or strange CVS-ness) to build a new binary distribution.
Get the universal binary version and source code here: