HourGlass, from audio to envelope

This is a rather obvious feature that I should have done a long time ago. It analyses the source sound envelope shape and then feeds that into the shaping envelope and the target envelope is then generated out of the shaped values. It is mostly useful when used during the Play Forward mode, to keep the generated envelopes in sync with the source sound, but can of course be used in other ways too, if so desired.

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3 Responses to HourGlass, from audio to envelope

  1. IXix says:

    Cool! What a great idea. šŸ™‚

  2. Kieron says:

    Fantastic feature! Very excited to see probability weighted randomness in Hourglass too. I was delighted to find that feature in The Mangle recently.

  3. xenakios says:

    I’ve also lately worked on incorporating pitch analysis. That will be somewhat rough and approximate, but won’t hopefully be completely useless. Time is again flying past way too fast but perhaps there will be a new build within the next week or so…

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