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1<sect1 id="arts" xreflabel="arts-&arts-version;">
2<?dbhtml filename="arts.html" dir="multimedia"?>
3<title>aRts-&arts-version;</title>
4
5<para>
6The Analog Real-time Synthesizer (aRts) provides
7software that can
8simulate a complete "modular analog synthesizer" on your computer.
9It creates sounds and music using small modules like oscillators for creating
10waveforms, various filters, modules for playing data on your speakers, mixers,
11and faders. You can build a complete setup with the gui of the system, using the
12modules - generators, effects and output - connected to each other.</para>
13
14<para>aRts provides necessary libraries
15for KDE, however it can be installed as a standalone package.
16The installation
17instructions for aRts can be found in the <xref linkend="kde-core-arts"/> portion
18of the KDE installation instructions.</para>
19
20</sect1>
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