Free Audio Apps
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BEAP modules are Cycling74's way of providing a modular synthesizer. Yofiel's BEAP modules have been integrated into Ableton Live! byMax for Cats, as well as synthesizers byEncode Audio andCompositor Software. Compositor also uses Yofiel's2/4-pole SVF filter in its spectral decoders. This video demos Yofiel's FM/.Sync waveset oscillator. The glitch art generator, following, includes the same BEAP oscillator.
Godel is the first in Yofiel's metamusic series of synthesizer designs. Future instruments will contain subsets and supersets of the Godel controls. This section now describes all of Godel 3's main panel controls in detail, and in the future will be expanded to note which are available in which instrument instance.
This is a top-level view of the Max patch to create the SVF filter gain compensation. It samples 300 SVF filters simultaneiously, reducing the time to complete table completion from 14 days to an hour.
It took four years to recode the most sophisticated integrated step sequencer ever made,Husserl Sapphire, so that it does not require Reaktor to play. In June 2014, Husserl 2 played its first multiple, polyphonic fugues on a single, built-in, multitimbral synthesizer, coded entirely in Cycling74 Max + gen~. It could be compiled into Windows/MacOS apps with full standalone functionality, although current deployments simply run the Max patch. Moreover, Husserl 2 can render multimbral audio waves in a 3D openGL enviroment, in real time. In full-screen resolution, the quality is astounding, far better than a YouTube video can render, because of all the thin lines.
Played onHusserl Sapphire Edition.
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