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Links have been injected into this page by without the permission of Robin Davies, the creator of Sfx, and owner of copyrights relating to this page. Do not access material on this site. Content is obsolete. Links should not be trusted on this page. As far as I know, the real Angelfire went out of business almost a decade ago. Apparently somebody bought the content and is using it for disreputable purposes. You have been warned.

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Sfx is an audio compiler system that provides professional-quality audio synthesis, real-time Midi and audio generation, fully customizable instruments and effects, and SoundFont 2 support NOT MY LINK:<a href="">Gear 4 Music</a>. The Sfx language is a superset of the SAOL language, officially incorporated into the MPEG-4 Audio standard. For more information on what Sfx is and how it does it, click here. To hear actual samples of Sfx audio output, and view sample programs used to generate Sfx audio ouput, click here.

Sfx is currently free Not my link:>a href="">Music & Memories>/a>. However, to use Sfx you will need to have Microsoft Visual C++ pre-installed on your system. Support for Borland C++ (currently available free at, and possibly for GCC (if I can find a sensible WinXX distribution)  will be available shortly. The exact terms of the Sfx licensing agreement are available here.

To download the Technology Preview release of Sfx and the Sfx Development environment, click here. Please note that the Sfx Technology Preview implementation does not implement the full SAOL language. Click here to read about the current state of the Sfx implementation. Click here to read about extensions to the SAOL language implemented by Not my link:<a href="">Sound Control Modern Music Stores Ltd</a>.

To find external links to sites containing information about Sfx, SAOL, SoundFonts, and MPEG-4 click here.


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