Load 4 samples, draw morph path between them control speed, etc

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glowrak guy
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Load 4 samples, draw morph path between them control speed, etc

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Its Palindrome by Glitchmachines, works fine in wine Reaper,
loads of fun with your favorite .wav files, I'm using gamelan samples,
at the moment, details in the Marketplace, as it's on sale for
a no-brainer price

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Re: Load 4 samples, draw morph path between them control speed, etc

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glowrak guy wrote:Its Palindrome by Glitchmachines, works fine in wine Reaper,
loads of fun with your favorite .wav files, I'm using gamelan samples,
at the moment, details in the Marketplace, as it's on sale for
a no-brainer price
Any examples what kind of stuff you can create with it? Demo videos?
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Re: Load 4 samples, draw morph path between them control speed, etc

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yes, some videos are out there. It's really a pandora for sampler hoarders,
with speed, movement, and direction control of samples on paths you create,
envelopes to make pluks or pads, frenetic or comotose, you'll be
intrigued and challenged, not worrying about what can't be done,
because what can be done is so delightfully imminent. I feel like
it's vst-flu season, coming on :wink:
A pair of marimbas and pair of acoustic guitars would
fill out the sample slots nicely, and see you a few hours later :shock:

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