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mucoder updates hypercyclic to v1.1.367

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Mucoder Hypercyclic

mucoder has updated hypercyclic, a free MIDI arpeggiator plug-in for Windows, Mac and Linux.

hypercyclic is an LFO-driven MIDI arpeggiator, gate effect and step sequencer for mangling sustained MIDI input chords, the output of which can then drive other MIDI instruments.

Changes in hypercyclic v1.1.367

  • Fixed: slow UI loading time on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
  • Fixed: groove timing has improved.
  • Fixed: MIDI song pointer follow has been improved in standalone version.
  • New: standalone version now accepts MIDI sync messages.
  • New: uses new test synth with PADsynth algorithm.
  • New: LFO waveform is now displayed.

hypercyclic is available to download at no cost.

More information: mucoder / hypercyclic

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Mucoder updates Tonespace to v2.0, cross-platform music keyboard & chorder

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Mucoder Tonespace

Mucoder has released version 2.0 of Tonespace, a different, more intuitive music keyboard, combined with a chorder.

By popular demand, tonespace 2.0 now includes Mac and Linux versions. Yes, you read that right! And since this required a complete rewrite from the ground up, I have taken advantage of this to clean up some stuff and also add some juicy new features. (I hope you will agree!)

Changes in Tonespace v2.0

  • Cross-platform support: Win32 (VST, standalone), MacOSX (VST, AU, standalone), Linux (native VST, standalone).
  • No host required: Standalone executable version for all platforms.
  • Generates its own sound. Integrated synth with PADSynth sound.
  • Quick start: Demo with built-in midi tracks.
  • Extra chord assist modes: play chord unrestricted (anywhere in grid), play restricted (chord root note must fit scale/key cell) or play filtered (chord notes not in scale/key are filtered out).
  • Better control over mouse cell triggering: retrigger notes when dragging across cell border, hold notes when dragging (use this with midi input) or hold notes until next click.
  • Hypercyclic and tonespace now share the same underlying modular engine.

Tonespace 2.0 beta is available to download at no cost.

More information: Mucoder / Tonespace

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xoxos wins KVR Developer Challenge 2007

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The KVR Developer Challenge 2007 has its winner: xoxos (Rurik Leffanta).

xoxos took first place with Sounds of Nature, a collection of VSTi for emulating common natural sounds – wind, rain, thunder, songbirds and insects.

xoxos Sounds of Nature
xoxos Sounds of Nature

Well done Mr. Rurik! I did not vote myself (lack of time to check all the entries), but even if I wouldn’t have put xoxos’ entry first place, it is a well deserved win. xoxos has released tons of cool freeware plug-ins over the last few years, more than doing his part in the community.

Second place goes to Mucoder’s Hypercyclic, an LFO-driven MIDI arpeggiator. I guess I will have to take a better look at this… First time I tried it I couldn’t get it to work really, but it seems useful enough.

UGO‘s synth The Element of Surprise gets third place. This one was on my original list of plug-ins I was interested in. It looks a bit simple but it can do some really nice sounds. If you like randomize stuff like I do, be sure to check this one out.

I’m glad to see de la Mancha & Sink’s multi-effect VST plug-in truc up there as well (4th place). Out of all the DC plug-ins of this year, I think truc will get the most use. It’s great for crazy FSU type effects.

Check the KVR Developer Challenge page for the complete list of entries.

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