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Great AMBIENT sound generator app!

Postby Skerrick » Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:50 am

http://www.earslap.com/projectslab/circuli
been using this for a while as a relaxation tool, gonna try record it through my interface soon. anyone know an easier way/heard of circuli or otomata before?
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Re: Great AMBIENT sound generator app!

Postby Zukan » Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:03 am

Martin has some damn good 'generation' plugins that he has pointed me towards in the past. I quite like the old Chameleon 5000 bitmap morphing function but there are so many plugins now that can generate morphed or shared tones from basic sources that we are spoilt....
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Re: Great AMBIENT sound generator app!

Postby Martin Walker » Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:34 am

Hi Skerrick!

Sorry - only just noticed this thread

I discussed Otomata in a fairly recent PC Notes column here:

www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep12/articles ... 0912.htm#2

As Eddie has mentioned, it's also a personal interest of mine, so here are a few more links to on-line music generators that have also intrigued me:

http://tonematrix.audiotool.com/

http://www.whitevinyldesign.com/solarbeat/

http://lab.andre-michelle.com/tonewheels

As for recording the output of Otomata, I can provide a far more versatile alternative courtesy of Bill Davies (aka ToneCarver), who has created a PC-only VST 2.4 plug-in inspired by Otomata that he’s named Nova3 (http://tonecarver.wordpress.com/nova3-g ... uencer-vst), which simply outputs sequences of MIDI notes. It’s available as a free download in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and you just insert it into your favourite sequencer, ahead of your chosen synth, to produce a stream of intriguingly-changing audio:

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Hope this helps!


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