AfroDJMac has announced the Paul Stretch Rack, a new release in a series of free Ableton Live Racks.
This week’s Free Weekly Ableton Live Rack is being released in conjunction with SonicScoop.
I have been writing a column for them in which I go over some useful production techniques, my last one was about creative uses of side chaining, and this time I go through how I like to use an awesome piece of free software called Paul Stretch. Paul Stretch allows you to stretch audio into unimaginably long lengths. Check out the article, complete with a tutorial video, at Sonic Scoop and download the instrument rack below! Have fun and enjoy!
The Paul Stretch Rack is a free download at AfroDJMac.
More information: AfroDJMac
Paul Nasca has released version 2.1 Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch, or Paulstretch, a program for stretching audio. It is suitable only for extreme sound stretching of the audio (like 50x) and for applying special effects … read more
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Paul Nasca recently released version 2.0 of Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch, an extreme time-stretching tool. Since Paul only released binaries for Windows, Kent Williams took the source code and made a working version for Mac. … read more
Paul Nasca of ZynAddSubFX has released version 2.0 of PaulStretch, an extreme time-stretching software for Linux and Windows. Changes in PaulStretch v2.0 Added free envelopes, which allows the user to freely edit some parameters. Added … read more