13th January 2009
Insert Piz Here has announced the release of Mr. Alias 2, which is now open source and cross-platform.
Mr. Alias 2 uses non-bandlimited oscillators which can be transposed near to and beyond the Nyquist frequency, causing most of their spectra to be aliased back into audible non-harmonic frequencies. The sound can then be further processed by a number of crude "effects."
Though it is based on the same concept as the original, Mr. Alias 2 is completely rewritten for cross-platform compatibility, and has a number of significant improvements.
- 2 oscillators.
- 18 waveforms.
- Full stereo processing.
- 6 filter types including a formant filter.
- Filter envelope.
- External audio processing.
- Patch randomizer button.
- Highly configurable MIDI control with MIDI learn.
- MIDI-controllable patch morphing.
- Drag & drop preset and MIDI map loading.
- Resizable GUI.
Mr. Alias 2 is available for Windows, Mac OS X Universal Binary and Linux in VST and AU instrument plug-in formats.
16 Dec 2009 Insert Piz Here updates Mr. Alias Pro to v2.4
01 Oct 2009 Insert Piz Here updates Mr. Alias Pro to v2.3
14 Sep 2009 Insert Piz Here updates Mr. Alias Pro to v2.25
04 Sep 2009 Insert Piz Here releases Mr. Alias Pro v2.1
26 May 2009 Insert Piz Here updates Mr. Alias to v2.02
17 Mar 2009 Insert Piz Here updates Mr. Alias to v2.01
13 Jan 2009 Insert Piz Here releases Mr. Alias 2