sonicLAB has announced the release of Cosmosƒ vSaturn, a tool made for computer music and sound design.
Cosmosƒ “Sieves” engine processes the stochastic output of the plugin by filtering and mapping the incoming data according to the scales defined by the “sieve” process. A number of known musical scales come already defined, and two custom ones can be defined by the user. These scales can be divided to micro tonal relations ranging in 6 – 96 tone scales, where the infinity is the raw output of Cosmosƒ.
Many micro event and meso event synthesis parameters including “pitch”, “amplitude”, “filter cutoff“, “grain playback rate” and “ring mod frequency” can be sieved pre or post to modulation generators of Cosmosƒ in realtime with audio rate precision. Parametric transition between raw Cosmosƒ output and sieved output serves as a continuos morph between the two states. A unique visualiser exhibits the process of “Sieves”.
vSaturn also offers a clever MIDI response to perform on with the “sieves” on Cosmosƒ micro events. Single notes or chords can be performed on MIDI devices to control the micro event pitch relationship inside the relevant meso events. Also there is an audio precision arpeggiator with stochastic features implemented in vSaturn.
Cosmosƒ vSaturn features
- vSaturn offers a clever MIDI response to perform on Cosmosƒ micro events engine.
- Single notes or chords can be performed on MIDI to control the micro event pitch relationship inside the relevant meso events.
- Including an audio precision arpeggiator with stochastic features with great sonic potential.
- Tempo sync switch to capture the host tempo and apply to macro cell length.
Cosmosƒ vSaturn for Windows and Mac (64-bit VST/AU) is available for purchase for $230 USD.
More information: sonicLAB