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This is an extended variant of Tunefish4, the virtual analog synth originally created by Brain Control.

We made Sprike cooperate more nicely in a MIDI-controlled environment (MIDI sequencers). Following MIDI standards, it responds to bank and program selection messages, master volume and pan controllers. Presets are stored in compliance with operating system conventions. We also added four new MOD sources and enhanced it with an on-screen keyboard. The user interface was enhanced with master volume/pan controls and a level meter. Delay times can be set in terms of note lengths.

Sprike is very lightweight, so you can add 10 or more instances to your project without much impact on CPU load. It has the same expressive and crisp sound as Tunefish and comes with a new bank of factory presets.

in Deutsch

Sprike ist eine erweiterte Variante von Tunefish4, dem Open Source Virtual Analog Synth von Brain Control. Wir haben Sprike weiter ausgebaut, damit er in einer überwiegend durch MIDI gesteuerten Umgebung kooperieren kann (MIDI Sequencer), haben die Speicherung von Presets den Betriebsystemkonventionen angepasst und re-organisiert, vier neue MOD Sources hinzugefügt, und haben ihm ein on-screen Keyboard und einen leicht veränderten Look verpasst.


When I install this, the installer is downloading stuff from the internet, what is this? And when I disable my internet the installer stops working...

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could be the 32bit version, see INSTALLATION.rtf
No is the 64bit version and the installation txt says no more as:
On the Mac, simply run the installer package.
On Windows, install both 32 and 64 bit MSI packages.

I just don't like it when programs download stuff in the internet without even a warning. He should mention in his installation file that a connection to the internet is necessary and why.

I just installed the 32bit firstly and then the 64bit version afterwards. It did not load anything more from the internet.
Thanx, it seems to be some visual C++ stuff. It's ok I guess