Easy and efficient audio synthesis in C++

Tonic Fast and easy audio synthesis in C++. Prefer coding to patching? Love clean syntax? Care about performance? That's how we feel too, and why we made Tonic. //Tonic is a collection of signal generators and processors Tria

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