Real-Time Granular Synthesizer
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Create wild new sounds and music using Granular Synthesis.   Demo ($60.00)
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Real-Time Granular Synthesizer 3 lets you create wild new sounds and music using a powerful sound manipulation technique called Granular Synthesis. With this technique you can take apart existing sound samples at a microsopic level and create fascinating new sounds by reconstructing these resulting 'sound grains' in interesting ways.
What's New
Version 3.2:
  • Fixes a compatibility issue with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • OS X 10.4.11 or later
  • 1 GB RAM (2 GB or more recommended)
  • QuickTime 7.1 or later



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Joeschisa commented on 14 Jul 2011
Can this work with other music making programs? No Audio Unit, VST etc. Or is it a sound generating program where output can be utilized by such programs (e.g. as sounds in a sampler). Or is it simply a stand alone synthesizer. Not quite sure.
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Downloads:454
Version Downloads:139
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Demo
Date:19 May 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $60.00
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Real-Time Granular Synthesizer 3 lets you create wild new sounds and music using a powerful sound manipulation technique called Granular Synthesis. With this technique you can take apart existing sound samples at a microsopic level and create fascinating new sounds by reconstructing these resulting 'sound grains' in interesting ways.


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