What free programs allow the user to work with specific frequencies, resulting in, i.e., a range of "pseudo-notes" between C and C#? A quick summary of how to use this feature or a link would also be appreciated.
closed as off-topic by Dave, Doktor Mayhem♦ Sep 15 '18 at 18:48
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- Lilypond has support for notation of microtones though the MIDI output may not be exactly what you're looking for, as lilypond is more for notation.
- Scala lets you experiment with scales, tunings, etc. Output is to MIDI (which various devices or software support) or other formats.
- Pure Data or Supercollider can generate arbitrary frequencies from code.
However the learning curve on these free softwares may not be very gentle, depending.