Graph Arpeggiator 3


I developed very innovative sound tool named “Graph Arpeggiator 3”.

It is an unprecedented tool. You can produce a lot of sound only by drawing a polygonal line graph to play your various VST instruments without being conscious of a note and musical score. You can produce extremely many variations of loop phrases and sound effects very speedily. From sound creators to beginners having no knowledge of the music can make original and imaginative sound very easily. It is very convenient and superb tool, so you can also produce a lot of jingle and ME in the same way.

 

We concentrate our longtime know-how and technique as a sound production company on this tool. You can cost-cut expense for production of making sound effects and music effects and development efficiency will be improved dramatically. This is great application, highly recommended to all company is related to sound and people who work there.

※Attention

VST instruments are not included in this application. It is necessary to install them

separately by yourself.

Demo version ready

Please check our site.

 

 

How did this project use Max?

All. Use for Stand Alone Application.



Luciano Zanatta
February 15, 2013 | 11:08 am

This looks pretty useful. However I can’t find a download or purchase link (I think there’s one, no?). By the way, my japanese reading skills aren’t that good these days so I have to ask if an english version of webpage is available.
Cheers


February 15, 2013 | 11:57 pm

Thank you for your comment.
Sales site for Graph Arpeggiator 3 is not ready yet.
I think I will go about to create a description of the English language.

I have made ​​before, GraphArpeggiator2 here.
You can be used in Max for LIVE.



Crohab
February 20, 2013 | 2:08 pm

I agree wuth Luciano…looks useful and fun! I am eagerly awaiting the public release of this device.
Good work Nakataka!


February 26, 2013 | 8:58 pm

I changed the web so that you can read in English.
You can download the demo version. And you can buy this app.


February 26, 2013 | 8:58 pm

http://www.nakataka.net/grapharp_e.html


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