5 Posts tagged with "granular"

  • Every Grain of Sound

    I have a confession to make: I am a granular synth addict! I still remember the first time I heard Fennesz’s Endless Summer and wanted to know how that incredible sound was made.


  • operand

    version 1.1.1 [updated release, second february] with the rise of granular synthesis becoming more and more popular, either being with synthesizers or sample manglers.


  • MonoMahna


  • Density is a new interactive real-time program for asynchronous granular synthesis sound file granulation, to generate a wide range of effects: time/pitch shifting, pitch disintegration, time jittering, sound pulverizer, scrub pad exploration, dynamic envelope drawing etc… Interpolation- transitions and Hyper Vectorials pads, provide a powerful way to generate incredible sound objects.


  • MacPOD 2.0.4

    Author: C.


  • Project 36: Phil Gerus Music

    Author: Phil Gerus Project Date: Current

    Moscow

    Phil Gerus, born in 1989, Moscow resident.


  • Cycling ’74 Releases Hipno Plug-ins

    Cycling '74, a San Francisco-based music software company, today announced the release of Hipno 1.0, a new suite of over forty effects and instrument VST plug-ins for VST, AU and RTAS host applications. This package features an irresistible mix of granular, spectral, and filter/delay-based plug-ins featuring the unique Hipnoscope user interface. Also included in the package is an amazing set of processors that utilize live video input as a control source, and a new set of modulator plug-ins sure to captivate both the novice and long-time users of Cycling '74's Pluggo and Mode plug-in collections.


  • An Interview With Amnon Wolman

    Amnon Wolman creates music with technology and for instruments with two distinctive features: first, a subtle and complex relationship with popular culture and second, a concern for the dramatic nature of sonic evolution. His first release on the c74 record label is "Dangerous Bend." In this conversation with Ben Nevile, Wolman discusses his romantic compositional techniques and reveals the unusual nature of his introduction to computer-based music.


  • An Interview With Kim Cascone

    Kim Cascone has worked as a synth tech, edited music for David Lynch films, founded San Francisco's first ambient electronic music label, and helped design new systems of audio for video games. In this conversation with Ben Nevile, Cascone discusses his electronic history, his interest in genetic algorithms, and a fresh compositional direction that he calls "New Density".


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