Cong Burn Updates Strokes with Performance Mode & New Effects

Cong Burn has announced an update to its sequencer, sampler, synthesizer and groovebox app Strokes to v3.12, adding a new performance mode which enables you smoothly interpolate, transition and morph between sounds, sequences, patterns and even project files.

Performance mode enables the user to transition between sounds, sequences, patterns and even different projects. Instead of simply jumping from one pattern (and one set of sounds, samples and parameters) to the next, Strokes enables us interpolate two patterns using a kind of meta-crossfader that smoothly blends a number of different parameters together simultaneously, rather than blending two audio signals. It’s a neat function that we haven’t seen in many other tools of this kind.

The plugin’s samplers have also been re-engineered to offer five sub-samplers, meaning different samples can now be used within each pattern that’s sequenced. Strokes’ effects capabilities have also been bolstered, with the addition of a bus saturator and glue compressor joining the onboard reverb and delay.

Strokes is available now as a VST3/AU plugin for Mac and PC and costs £35. It is also available for iOS as a standalone app or AUv3 plugin for £19.99. Cross-platform bundle for £45

Find out more about Strokes on Cong Burn website.

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