The ensemble is made up of several individual “modules” that interact with each other. The separate modules are available in individual ensemble form as a download for supporters from my Patreon page.
I’ve also started a Patreon page. Without going into too much detail, the last couple of years have been pretty rough, and I could sure use the support. There are a few exclusive SFZ packs available there now, and I plan to do other things like that here & there.
Also note that the broken links on the Bidule page have been fixed. Sorry about that. 🙂
An older video that never made it to YouTube, decided to post it. Visions of Chaos is free software for generating fractals and more, available for Windows and Android.
There is a new Articles page (menu link above) here now. I’m in the process of moving stuff previously posted on Steemit to a new home here, and there may be some new stuff of this sort on the way as well. There is also a link to an article about the recent UMAW protests of Spotify written for my “day job,” which I added here too, because I think it’s relevant.
This time around, we’re looking at a relatively simple program from Hermann Seib (who also has some other really cool stuff available) called VSTHost. You can probably guess what it basically does from the name, it hosts VST(i) plug-ins. However, it does have some features beyond basic plug-in loading, most of which I will try to cover here.
In this installment of Obscure Audio Software, we’ll be taking a look at a freeware program called SPEAR, an acronym for “Sinusoidal Partial Editing Analysis and Resynthesis”. In a nutshell, it allows you to view and edit a sound as a visual representation of its individual frequencies (partials), and then resynthesize the sound.
Welcome to the latest episode of Monday Night Noise Sessions! A bit mellower this time, more in the realm of ambient/drone, though of course there are noisier moments too. 🙂 If this is your first time here: Monday Night Noise Sessions are recorded live, using a mix of hardware and software.
Video on Steemit/Dtube:
In this video, I use a pair of loop recorders to create a different type of feedback loop. This is meant to show a concept rather than be only a straight tutorial, though the video does show you one way to do it in Reaper using a plug-in called Mobius (link below).