Babbitt Engine Version 2
A synthesizer for generating serial electronic music
Milton Babbitt was a composer of serial atonal music whose passion was to use serial permutations to affect not just the pitch of each note (like other serial composers), but also other parameters like amplitude, envelope, and timbre. This synth, which has approximately the same structure as the RCA Mark II Synthesizer Babbitt used, can be played from the keyboard in real time, and serial permutations are applied to the notes as you play them.
This is version 2, which has the counters moved to the Matrix instrument, and now any counter can be used to modulate any parameter. I added octave-shifting to the oscillators and a Tone Cluster instrument that allows building up of thick clusters of notes from the Master Tone Row.