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VirSyn Cube v1.5 goes resynthesis

VirSyn have announced the imminent release of Cube v1.5, which can resynthesize stereo samples of virtually unlimited length. "Sound morphing between up to 4 sources and the unique Time warping envelopes together with the exceptional sound quality of the resynthesis process opens a new era of sound synthesis".

New in v1.5:
  • Import of WAV/AIFF Samples in mono or stereo for Resynthesis.
  • The sound analysis is based on Fourier theorem.
  • Decomposition of Sample into 512 partials.
  • Each partial has internal envelopes for Frequency, Level and Pan position.
  • The length of the analyzed sample can be virtually unlimited.
  • Single notes, Loops and entire pieces can be analyzed and resynthesized.
  • Time warp envelopes with up to 64 Breakpoints control the movement through the resynthesized sample.
  • Special "Formant" Analyzer enables the automatic extraction of the sound characteristic.
  • Single notes, Loops and entire pieces can be analyzed and resynthesized.
  • The resynthesized sound can be manipulated through the same high level controls of Cube 1.0.
  • Easy to use: no special preparation for samples is needed.

Some general new features:

  • SOLO Function for each source.
  • Global level for each source.
  • Microtuning.

Cube v1.5 will be available on January 21st (tomorrow) and registered users of Cube v1.0 will get the downloadable upgrade for free.

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