Cement comes up with three layered instruments which can create numerous sound colors. The instruments are: a sinus synth, a banjo combined with guitar harmonics and a music box. Cement provides several options to modify the sound: low-pass- and high-pass filter (with a random high pass modulator), distortion- and speaker switches, an alternate sinus sci-fi sound, separate length settings and separate slider to set the amount of two delays and a reverb.
Cement runs in stand alone mode as well as in-sync to a host application. Just can click on the 16th note to play the sound – a second click increases the velocity level – a third click removes the note. Clicking on the note symbol to changes the pitch. Cement provides 4 different kinds of scales, transposing functions, shuffle- and tempo modes and finally load/ save switches to save/recall the entire setting of Cement.
Geiger Counter comes up with two different sound groups which can create numerous sound colors: There are firstly six different sounds of bits, glitch and blips – available twice at two separate tracks and secondly six different noise samples. For modifying the character of your pattern, Geiger Counter provides plenty of options to change the sound: low-pass- and high-pass filter (with a random high- and high-pass filter (with a random high- and low pass modulator), distortion-, lofi- and speaker switches, a cacophony switch, separate fader to set the length and volume of all three tracks and separate slider to set the amount of two delays and a reverb.
Geiger Counter runs in Standalone mode as well as in-sync to a host application. Select one of the six different samples by clicking the left mouse button and moving it over on the 16th note to play the sound. Geiger Counter provides shuffle- and tempo modes and finally load/ save switches to save/recall the entire setting of Geiger Counter.
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