Isotonik Studios has announced Factormini, an introductory version of the Factorsynth Max for Live device by JJ Burred.

Shareing the same decomposition engine as its bigger brother, Factormini contains the essential features for sound deconstruction.

Factormini is the introductory version of Factorsynth, a powerful new type of musical tool that brings machine learning to Ableton Live. Both devices use a data analysis algorithm called matrix factorization to decompose any audio clip into a set of temporal and spectral elements.

By rearranging and modifying these elements you can do powerful transformations to your clips, such as removing notes or motifs, creating new ones, randomizing melodies or timbres, changing rhythmic patterns, remixing loops in real time, creating complex sound textures…

Factormini is available for £31 GBP ex. VAT. A purchase includes a discounted upgrade path to Factorsynth.

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