New Open Source Microsound Resynthesizer

 

Puremagnetik has introduced Ember, an open-source microsound resynthesizer.

 

Here’s what they say about it:

 

“Ember is a sophisticated microsound collage tool that employs granular resynthesis to configure complex sound composites. Inspired by musique concrète pioneers of the past several decades, Ember harnesses modern digital algorithms with classic splicing techniques to create dense and evolving soundscapes. Point it to a folder of sounds and Ember will generate a composite of granular textures that you can later use in your electronic composition process.”

 

Controls:

 

  • Composite Time – The length of the output recording (in seconds)
  • Min Sound Dur – the minimum length to slice a sound (in seconds)
  • Max Sound Dur – the maximum length to slice a sound (in seconds)
  • BINARL – Create a spatial audio (binaural) mix
  • RENDER – Load the samples and begin processing. Abort the recording by pressing it again.

 

Ember is available as part of Puremagnetik’s $9/month Lore subscription.

 

It is also open source, though, so you can download the source code to compile yourself.

 

 

 

 

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