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Sonic Charge Bitspeek RE now available for Reason

Sonic Charge has announced that its Bitspeek real-time pitch-excited linear prediction codec effect is now available for Reason.

Rack Extensions for Reason was released today and we are proud to be able to offer Bitspeek in their store from day 1. The Rack Extension format has been in the making for a long time and has taken many sharp turns. From the very conception of Record, it has always been the intention to add plug-in support and as a consultant I’ve been involved in at least three entirely different solutions (and yes, one of them was to simply add VST and AU support). It has taken its time, but the final technology is amazingly well-designed and I have high hopes for the future of this format.

Sonic Charge Bitspeek RE
Resynthesize audio in Propllerhead’s Reason with the Bitspeek Rack Extension.

Compared to the AU/VST version, Bitspeek RE adds the following features:

  • Stereo analysis and resynthesis. The stereo image (pan and width) of the incoming audio is analyzed and resynthesized.
  • Improved volume tracking algorithm with much better transient response and consistency across source material and sample-rates.
  • External audio input allows you to use the formant filter on any material.
  • Lots of CV ins and outs for integrating into your rack and scoring high on geekness factor.
  • Comes with a selection of Combinators that demonstrates the possibilities with the extra inputs and outputs.

Bitspeek RE is available to purchase from the Rack Extension store for $49 USD / 39 EUR (incl. VAT).

More information: Sonic Charge / Bitspeek RE

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Camel Audio releases Alchemy Mobile for iPhone/iPad

Camel Audio has released Alchemy Mobile, a powerful synthesizer for iPhone/iPad.

Mobile includes everything from evolving soundscapes and fat bases to lush pads and pulsing arpeggios, and is available for free from the iTunes App store.

This is the iOS version of Camel Audio’s award-winning Mac/PC Alchemy synth – the leading sample manipulation synthesizer which can be heard on thousands of records and films by world-class artists.

With the Pro Upgrade, you can remotely control Alchemy or the free Alchemy Player on your desktop computer. This is the first iPhone App to offer a dedicated touch remote feature for a desktop synth! Easy one touch access to the remix pad and preset selection means you’ll spend more time getting inspired and less time reaching for your mouse.

Camel Audio Alchemy Mobile

Alchemy Mobile Free features

  • Remix pad to morph between sound variations and create your own sound.
  • 16 performance controls so you can easily tweak sounds to fit your music.
  • Most powerful iOS synthesis engine with VA, sampler, granular and additive resynthesis.
  • External MIDI keyboard support.
  • Loop player with 25 drum loops included.
  • Copy and paste support for easy integration with sequencers.
  • iPad native version included.
  • Built in keyboard with scalable keys.
  • One touch major and minor chords.
  • 25 sounds with 25 more free when you register.
  • Add on sound libraries available as in-app purchases.

Alchemy Mobile Pro features

  • Remote control of Alchemy or free Alchemy Player on your desktop computer.
  • Free download of Mobile version (if available) of desktop sound libraries you own.
  • 125 sounds.
  • 50 loops.

Alchemy Mobile Free is now available for iPhone/iPad. The Alchemy Mobile Pro Upgrade is available for iPhone/iPad for $19.99 USD / 15.99 EUR / £13.99 GBP. The Pro Upgrade is available as in-app purchase from the free version.

More information: Camel Audio / Alchemy Mobile

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Image-Line releases Harmor synthesizer plugin

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Image-Line has announced the release of Harmor, a virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows.

Introducing a powerful additive / subtractive synthesizer, image synthesizer as well as audio resynthesizer, Harmor.

Harmor
Image-Line Harmor

Harmor features

  • Driven by a powerful additive synthesis engine.
  • Features the multipoint envelope editor of Sytrus fame, applied to over 40 parameters, in 2 independent parts.
  • Through the same envelope/mappings, randomize any parameter or link it to key or velocity, and even fine-tune each unison voice independently.
  • Processing units can be rearranged in a semi-modular way.
  • Image synthesis allow access to gain & pitch planes which you can tweak in the image editor of your choice.
  • Audio resynthesis provides time stretching, pitch shifting, or less conventional manipulations of partials.
  • Efficient CPU usage, including multi-threaded processing.
  • Sound effects include distortion, chorus, delay and reverb, as well as the mighty Soundgoodizer based on the Maximus engine. Just like processing units, effect slots can be re-ordered. Each part has its own effect mix amount.
  • Built-in spectrogram visualizes partials evolving.

Harmor for Windows (VST/FL STudio) is available to purchase for the introductory price of $99 USD until the 1st of October (regular price $149 USD).

New Image-Line customers get 10% off their first order at the Image-Line shop with this promo link.

More information: Image-Line / Harmor

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discoDSP releases Vertigo R3.1

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discoDSP Vertigo

discoDSP has updated Vertigo, an additive synthesizer instrument plugin for Windows and Mac.

Vertigo is a 256 oscillators additive synth with resynthesis and sound morphing. Imports WAV audio and PNG or BMP images. It has a very accurate recreation of complex musical phrases, drumloops, speech and simple tones. Demo version includes 128 presets and it is available as AudioUnits, VST and RTAS for Mac Intel and VST and RTAS for Windows.

Changes in Vertigo R3.1

  • Reverb dry/wet amount fixed.
  • Minor GUI GFX fix.

Vertigo customers can update to R3.1 at no cost by logging to their account.

More information: discoDSP / Vertigo

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discoDSP releases Vertigo R3 additive synth

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discoDSP Vertigo

discoDSP has released Vertigo R3, an additive synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Vertigo is a 256 oscillators additive synth with resynthesis and sound morphing. Imports WAV audio and PNG or BMP images. It has a very accurate recreation of complex musical phrases, drumloops, speech and simple tones. Demo version includes 128 presets and it is available as AudioUnits, VST and RTAS for Mac Intel and VST and RTAS for Windows.

Changes in Vertigo R3

  • 64-bit Audio Units for Mac.
  • 64-bit VST for Windows and Mac.
  • RTAS for Mac and Windows.
  • Vertigo Data moves to My Documents/discoDSP/Vertigo/Banks/
  • PDF Manual revision.
  • Cross-platform project support.

Vertigo for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for 75 EUR/$99 USD (VAT included where applicable) for single platform and 90 EUR/$119 USD for Mac + PC. Previous Vertigo customers can update to R3 at no cost by logging to their account.

More information: discoDSP / Vertigo

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Puremagnetik releases Grainscapes sound library

Puremagnetik Grainscapes

Puremagnetik has released Grainscapes, a collection of haunting, granular synthesized cinematic textures and ambiences for scoring or sound design applications.

Throughout many weeks of programming, Puremagnetik sound designers employed a powerful Symbolic Sound Kyma System (well known for its granular synthesis capabilities) for manipulation of conventional instrument samples.

Grainscapes was created through a process of spectral analysis, granular resynthesis, filtering and advanced jitter/ frame automation. The result is a collection of bending metal, shimmering glass structures, dark ambiences, choirs and more.

Grainscapes features

  • Over 20 multi-sampled programs.
  • Ableton “Live Ready” with advanced macro control programming.
  • Kontakt KSP based interface for easy editing.
  • “Renoise Ready” XRNI files for instant playability.
  • Scoring for picture standard at 24 bit 48k.

Grainscapes is now available to Puremagnetik subscribers.

More information: Puremagnetik / Grainscapes

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Physical Music TimeFreezer audio “freeze” plugin updated to v2.6

Physical Music TimeFreezer

Physical Music has released version 2.6 of TimeFreezer, a virtual effect and instrument plug-in which allows you to “freeze” audio.

Infinite sound… Did you ever want to stop a sound just like a snapshot, so that it stays forever, without looping effects and without sounding like a synthesizer? I found a solution. Here it is: the TimeFreezer that freezes all kind of audio material and plays with it.

Changes in TimeFreezer v2.6

  • Due to a new algorithm the response is much faster. The latency is now less than a half compared to the previous versions. The TimeFreezerFX is always stereo and now so fast that there is no more need for a mono version.
  • The missing channel bug is now fixed, also no more crashes did come.
  • It is louder. this means, that passing through the audio with no filter and max volume is the same than the original. Normalized freezes are just under 0 dB.
  • The import of 32bit float files is now possible with OSX.
  • The software has been compiled with the newest XCode on Snow Leopard and with the newest Visual Studio on Windows.
  • The plug-in runs all on 64 bit machines.

TimeFreezer is available to purchase for $99 USD.

More information: Physical Music

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VirSyn iVoxel, singing vocoder now available for Mac

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VirSyn iVoxel (Mac)

VirSyn has announced that iVoxel, the vocoder previously released for iOS, is now available for the Mac platform.

iVoxel is not only an amazingly sounding vocoder – the unique concept of iVoxel turns this vocoder into a singing machine. iVoxel is a combination of a voice optimized synthesizer and a vocoder.

The vocoder part is based on the Matrix vocoder from VirSyn used by many famous artists – one of them the well known german group Kraftwerk. The channel filters used by iVoxel are based on the Sennheiser Vocoder VSM201 resulting in a rich and fat analogue sound characteristic.

iVoxel features

  • Realtime analysis/resynthesis of your voice.
  • 20 Channel vocoder.
  • Voice spectrum recorder (voxels).
  • Over 200 prerecorded voxels included.
  • Play your vocoded voice live on keyboard. Drag for slides and vibrato. .
  • CoreMIDI support allows use of external MIDI keyboard.
  • Monophonic sequencer for notes & lyrics.
  • Voice optimized polyphonic synthesizer.
  • Time warping of voxels.
  • Gender changer.
  • Breath noise.
  • 12dB Lowpass filter.
  • Pitch vibrato with delay.
  • Chorus/Delay effects.
  • Export of audio recordings.

iVoxel for Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later is available to purchase for $23.99 USD.

More information: VirSyn / iVoxel

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