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#35 por texvo el 13/05/2005
(Plugin) SupaTriggaA new plugin which could be called AutoBreaks, AutoGLitch or whataver.
When synchronised to tempo this plugin will take the incoming audio and re-arrange it in a musicaly sensible way. Think of it as a realtime ReCyCle with fun options.
A bit hard to explain how exactly it works, just give it a spin!

http://bram.smartelectronix.com/plugins.php?id=6

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa8iGweNCys

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#44 por texvo el 13/05/2005
Destroy FX Audio Units


On this web page, you'll find provisional/experimental Audio Unit versions of some of our effect plugins. Audio Units are the new native plugin standard for Mac OS X. Just like we had VST, MAS, RTAS, Premiere, AudioSuite, and all those in Mac OS 8 and 9, we now have Audio Unit in Mac OS X. They require Mac OS X version 10.2 (Jaguar) or higher.


http://destroyfx.smartelectronix.com/audiounits.html


RMS Buddy


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: not applicable (the VST version didn't have settings)
supports MIDI: no (it never did)
custom graphics: yes
new features: continual peak display, adjustable window size, and reliable analysis data
date: November 12th 2003



Buffer Override


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes (but temporarily without the XY control)
date: February 20th 2005



Transverb


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: yes
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes
date: February 20th 2005




Geometer


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: yes
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes (but temporarily without the waveform display)
date: February 20th 2005



Scrubby


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes (but temporarily without the range sliders)
new features: octaves limiters now work without pitch constraint and in DJ mode
date: February 20th 2005




Rez Synth


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes
new features: equal power or linear modes are switchable for the dry/wet mix
date: February 20th 2005




Skidder


can process any number of channels: no (doesn't make sense with panning features)
supports old VST settings: no
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: no (currently being redesigned)
new features: can do pure mono processing (1-in/1-out), not just stereo
new features: rate random factor is replaced with 2 random range parameters for rate
date: February 20th 2005




Polarizer


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: no (it never did)
custom graphics: yes
date: February 20th 2005



MIDI Gater


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: yes
custom graphics: yes
new features: snazzy new graphic interface, attack and release times are now 2 separate parameters
date: February 20th 2005




EQ Sync


can process any number of channels: yes
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: no (it never did)
custom graphics: yes
date: February 20th 2005




Monomaker


can process any number of channels: no (only 2-in/2-out and 1-in/2-out make sense)
supports old VST settings: no (not possible)
supports MIDI: no (it never did)
custom graphics: no (currently being redesigned)
new features: equal power mode for monomix, balance mode for pan, and input selection
date: February 20th 2005




Turntablist

This is not really a Destroy FX plugin. Turntablist is a record scratching emulation instrument that was originally developed by bioroid media development, but has since been abondaned. Fortunately, though, the author released the source code after abandoning it, so Marc ported it to Audio Unit, and made a few improvements along the way. Full source code is included in the download.

date: September 21st 2004



Freeverb

This is not a Destroy FX plugin. Freeverb is an open source reverb by Jezar at Dreampoint. Marc ported it to Audio Unit, more or less to see how easy it would be to port someone else's VST plugin to AU (it took Marc about an hour). This AU version has no custom graphics, but Jezar's VST version never did, either. Full source code is included in the download.

date: September 21st 2004




fake app

You're going to notice that Audio Units don't have any nice icon, and moreover they look like folders for some weird reason. If you want them to have icons, you can download this fake app and put it somewhere on your hard disk. Note that this app is totally fake (it won't run if you double click it or anything; all it does is get noticed by the operating system and provide an icon that is associated with the AU file type). Also, some other system files on your hard disk will show up with this icon, too, as a result (which is harmless, but maybe a little confusing). You'll need to log out and log back in for the new icons to kick in.

The newest version now also provides an icon for Audio Unit preset files (files with a ".aupreset" file name extension).

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa8iGweNCys

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#45 por GunMonkey el 13/05/2005
gun_monkey escribió:
Sé que hay poco pero igual nos sorprendemos.


Pues nada, me bajo a la panadería a por media barra para comerme mis palabras entre pan y pan.


muy interesante Texvo, Origami... todos. Se agradece.
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