QuikQuak updates Crowd Chamber to v2.0 and Glass Viper to v1.2
QuikQuak has released version 2.0 of large scale crowd simulator Crowd Chamber, and version 1.2 of Glass Viper, a synthesizer with unique waveform shaping.
Crowd Chamber is an audio plug-in that layers multiple variations of a signal to create a crowd simulation. From simple chorusing effects, small crowds and stadiums, on to impossible situations and effects.
Changes in Crowd Chamber v2.0
- New algorithm.
- The complex feedback system has now been replaced by simple global parameters.
- Global Spread dial stretches out each voice over time, used to create large crowds, or weird individual effects.
- Overall spectral shift control, for creating large global pitch effects.
- Huge reduction in CPU usage for large crowd simulations.
- Reduced initial delay for large crowds.
- Increased basic population value.
- Extra presets demonstrating new capabilities.
- Simplified GUI and clearer labelling.
- PDF manual added.
Changes in Glass Viper v1.2
- Preset saving errors in Garage Band, fixed.
- Pitch LFO small range problems, fixed.
- Minor memory freeing issues on exit, cleaned up.
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