With the download and voting stage of the KVR Developer Challenge 2014 in full swing we're posting a series of news items highlighting each release. You can download the entries for free and make a donation to the prize fund if you wish to do so here.
To use X3MIDI you will need to test first the built in presets, you will need to use the VU meter indicate -10db any time you play so if you like to design your sounds it's the only restriction.
It is designed for musicians of all instruments, they can discover aspects they do not usually approach and "transform an instrument to another, " flute to cello, clarinet to piano, etc., never far to another or two.
"Only fresh wave", no LFO, just shapes and range, beyond all the acoustic parameters reduced to the phase and the note length to repaint the sound image of the instruments.
We do not yet know if it is capable of doing all the orchestra but it's made as it was intended at this performance.
"the controls are still below the interface, not the old analog with scientific words."
Advanced Audio + Application Exchange
New this year is a grand prize from KVR Audio and A3E (Advanced Audio + Application Exchange). The winning developer will have the opportunity to present their entry at the A3E show in Boston, September 23-24, 2014.
The winning developer will be provided with transportation to Boston, two nights stay at one of the A3E host hotels for the nights of Monday, September 22 and Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
The winner will also receive a complimentary A3E Audio Developer Conference pass, special recognition on the A3E website and at the A3E event in Boston, as well as a dedicated announcement and press release to A3E's global industry communities.
We have several additional sponsors this year. Remember, anyone who enters, donates or votes will be eligible for the prize drawing for any of these (and more to come) prizes.
Thanks to the following for their donations of additional prizes: