Interactive standalone platform for Mac, available as a free downloadable demo version (recording disabled). Based on Loopsync standalone but with new, extra features. Contact Carl Winter at for recording enabled version (for a small fee or donation). User’s manual should be available shortly (similar to Loopsync’s). Please credit application and creator if using in performance and/or recording. Cheers.


-built-in pitch tracking with pitch, time and score-based triggering (with live signal or midi keyboard)

-24 sound loadable sampler (samples not included).

-time-stretch granulator/looper, syncs up video component.

-8 oscillator additive synth, default clarinet/Rhodes spectrum, adjustable sine tone multiples. Monophonic and polyphonic versions (latter has shiftable 2 octave range in any octave).

-stereo FM synth with adjustable stereo filters.

-white noise percussion with adjustable centre frequencies.

-diatonic (Major and harmonic minor) and chromatic inversion.

-diatonic and bitonal harmonizers (live signal, synth and midi harmonizing).

-Sequencer/looper, 2 table sizes, syncs up video component.

-multitrack recorder (disabled in demo version).

-effects: echo delay, ring modulation, distortion, pitch shifting, harmonization

Uses fiddle~ external for pitch tracking, grooveduck~ example patch for click reduction. Entirely designed in Max 6.1.

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Jan 06 2014 | 2:21 pm

Revised link:
Polyphonic additive synth range expanded to two octaves (shiftable in any octave), loadable sampler "no open file" error message fixed.

Jan 06 2014 | 11:25 pm

Pitch tracking bug fix,
although I believe signal pitch tracking is not set up with the polyphonic additive synth (which can be triggered with midi keyboard while other features, such as sequencer pitch input, can be controlled with live signal pitch tracking).

Jan 07 2014 | 5:30 pm

Hopefully the last update: FM synth error message fixed.

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