rhythmboy

Granular software links

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I'm gonna have another crack at this one...

http://www.akirarabelais.com/software/software.html

...I remember RB pointing me to it a while back and I eventually managed to pull some interesting noises from it.

I so miss my Thonk_0+2 (http://www.audioease.com/Pages/Free/FreeMain.html) (from OS9 days). Target any audio file, it spits out a random quicktime soundscape that goes for as long as one is happy to let it process for. Chuck in a drum loop, and out spits the ultimate collection of sweeps and wooshes ready to be cut'n'pasted into one's productions. Still yet to find anything as convenient and effective as this one. Not sure what the story is on the site either, as clicking download takes one to the shop where its not even available.

Any suggestions for a OS X friendly version?

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I'm gonna have another crack at this one...

http://www.akirarabelais.com/software/software.html

...I remember RB pointing me to it a while back and I eventually managed to pull some interesting noises from it.

Hey mate I have cracked the code of one of his apps and have written a little manual for it.

Uploaded it here for you and any other crazy Maccies who want to try it :P

http://www.soundpunk.com/index.php?topic=982.0

Good luck!

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Can any of the Mac Audio Unit people please test these out?

soundmagicscreenshotsmaller.jpg

http://www.michaelnorris.info/soundmagicspectral/

"SoundMagic Spectral is a FREEWARE suite of 23 Audio Unit plug-ins that implement real-time spectral processing of sound. This groundbreaking set of effects give you unprecedented control and creativity in the processing of audio, whether from static audio files or live audio streams. SoundMagic Spectral builds on the work of the OS 9 software known as SoundMagic DSP, and takes it to even more exotic sonic realms."

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