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ZX35 Flash Synthesizer v1

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Mar 13, 2007 | 9:50 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This is a flash Synthesizer toy made with flash and Garageband. Instructions are in the flash. Use your keyboard only. Made by me and my friend.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Black Jews

Pretty cool flash video.
The title should technically be flash KEYBOARD though, as the definition of a Synthesizer is the ability to edit parameters.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


An impressive piece of computer programming. Though it is a start, it is certainly a great idea for development.
I have an idea for improving you design. Some vodocorders have these two controls that control pitch and modulation. Generally a couple of dial controls of a joystick manipulate these controls. Why not use up and down arrow keys to control pitch and left and right arrow keys to control the modulation? It would create some interesting sound effects.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad

Well this was a cool little gimmicky interactive flash but really i had no use for it and wasn't able to play anything because quite frankly i didn't know how to. I think to improve this your going to need to give us a few sheets of music that we can try with the keys, also some solid beats in the background would both bring up the energy levels and make whatever the user inputs sound better. Overall it was a solid synthesizer that was just missing an edge over the others.


S-S-X responds:

That sounds like a great idea. Perhaps I could sort of integrate DDR in with this?


Rated 3 / 5 stars

its alright

it could be a lot better. for one, some people might want to use their mouse. other ppl may not read your notes so instructions on the play area might help. also some animations or some way to save the music would be awesome


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Not bad, but it needs more functionality.

It's not a bad beta, but it needs more functionality, and some tweaks:

Start the C note on the A key, not the S.
Allow for recording and saving the playback.
Allow for a note to be held down, instead of popping in and out.
Different instriment sets would be nice. (Pipe organ, grand piano, harpischord, whatever, etcetera)