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Shuriken releases Eckel

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Shuriken Eckel

Shuriken has released Eckel, a MIDI generating VST plug-in based on the eucledian algorithm.

Inspired by http://ruinwesen.com/blog?id=216 and the linked PDF. If you are reading this there is a good chance that you have read that already

Eckel features

  • There are 8 instances of the generating part.
  • Pulse is the actual sounding beats, space is the space between the pulses.
  • Speed is how fast they come, 0 is 4th 1 is 8th’s etc.
  • Note is the MIDI note that the algorithm spews out.

Eckel is available as a freeware VST plug-in for Windows and Mac. Larsby writes: How you actually make it work in your host is up to you to find out. Remember that Eckel sends MIDI note on and off’s.

Visit Shuriken for more information.

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