Seer Systems developed the world’s first commercial software synthesizer in the early 1990’s. Working in conjunction with w:en:Intel, then w:en:Creative Labs, and finally as an independent software developer and retailer, Seer helped lay the groundwork for a major shift in synthesis technology: using personal computers, rather than dedicated synthesizer keyboards, to create music.
- 1992 - Seer Systems was founded by Stanley Jungleib for Intel's software synthesizer project.
- 1993 - software General MIDI synthesizer was developed for Intel
- 1994 - Satie was demonstrated by Intel at Comdex.
- 1995 - Dave Smith (founder of SCI) joined as President
- 1996 - Creative WaveSynth (for Creative Labs AWE64)
- 1997 - Reality, a professional software synthesizer for Pentium.
- supported synthesis: PCM, subtractive, modal , FM, physical modeling
- 1998 - SeerMusic, a music streaming software
- combining MIDI, sample, and synthesis parameters
- 1999 - SurReal, a playback version of the Reality
- Seer Systems (official site).
See also "Seer Systems Archives" (1992-2005), and whole archived pages (since 1996) on archive.org.
- The Note Museum (distributor). notemuseum.com. "Both Reality and SurReal are available for purchase in the SeerMusic section."
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Creative WaveSynth (1 C)