SoundMorph Presents: Wave Warper

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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:37 am

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We are proud to introduce "Wave Warper"! Now available on sale for Pre-Order! Wave Warper is a revolutionary new way to create your own amazing custom whooshes, passbys, morphed sounds, and sample mayhem. It combines up to 6 sound file layers to create one new dynamic file using multiple real-time controllable effects and optional VST plugins. (pre-sale until november 4, 2013) Check it out here:
SoundMorph - Soundpacks

http://soundmorph.com/?page=soundpacks&spack=wave
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Luftrum
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1705 posts since 3 Jul, 2007 from Denmark

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:42 am

Yep, seems like an interesting tool. Already pre-ordered. Also my excuse to buy a Leap Motion controller, which I did. Waiting for the arrival of both now...

Hopefully this is more than "just" a swoosher?

:)
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ariston
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3560 posts since 28 Jun, 2009 from Wherever I lay my hat

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:47 am

Looks interesting, and it's certainly a professionally produced video, but I would have preferred a longer look at the interface and some info on the features. Like for example: how is this different from layering samples and applying FX in your host?

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Alias9593
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296 posts since 8 Dec, 2011 from Lebbeke, Belgium

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:52 am

I've send a mail to soundmorph because there is not a lot of informations in the video. They "promise" a longer video this week, sort of tutorial.

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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:31 am

Luftrum wrote:Yep, seems like an interesting tool. Already pre-ordered. Also my excuse to buy a Leap Motion controller, which I did. Waiting for the arrival of both now...

Hopefully this is more than "just" a swoosher?

:)

Hi Luftrum! Great to hear! It is primarily a whoosh maker, but with added effects and settings you could probably do lots more with it too. Hope you'll enjoy when it ships!

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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:32 am

ariston wrote:Looks interesting, and it's certainly a professionally produced video, but I would have preferred a longer look at the interface and some info on the features. Like for example: how is this different from layering samples and applying FX in your host?
Hello Ariston, we completely agree and understand people would love to see more. We are indeed making a tutorial on how it functions and how to use it.

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ariston
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3560 posts since 28 Jun, 2009 from Wherever I lay my hat

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:57 am

SoundMorph wrote:
ariston wrote:Looks interesting, and it's certainly a professionally produced video, but I would have preferred a longer look at the interface and some info on the features. Like for example: how is this different from layering samples and applying FX in your host?
Hello Ariston, we completely agree and understand people would love to see more. We are indeed making a tutorial on how it functions and how to use it.
Cool! I'll be patient then. :hyper:

Arrested Developer
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652 posts since 8 Apr, 2012

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:35 pm

@soundmorph:

Would be great if you could achieve a bigger variety of sounds in your next video.
In this first teaser i have the impression of hearing the same sound over an over again.

Neon Breath
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3591 posts since 15 Sep, 2010

Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:48 pm

When you say ''morphed sounds & combines and loops up to 6 sound file layers to create one new dynamic file'', do you mean a true FFT morph or something more like 'mixing/crossfading'' them?
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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Fri Nov 01, 2013 11:40 am

Arrested Developer wrote:@soundmorph:

Would be great if you could achieve a bigger variety of sounds in your next video.
In this first teaser i have the impression of hearing the same sound over an over again.
Hi Arrested Developer, thanks for your suggestion! We will be doing an in-depth tutorial video and posting it this weekend. It will show you the different features, sounds, and abilities of Wave Warper. Cheers!

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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Fri Nov 01, 2013 11:41 am

Neon Breath wrote:When you say ''morphed sounds & combines and loops up to 6 sound file layers to create one new dynamic file'', do you mean a true FFT morph or something more like 'mixing/crossfading'' them?
Greetings Neon Breath, it would be more like mixing/crossfading. Thanks!

Shabdahbriah
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4942 posts since 19 Jun, 2008 from Seattle

Post Fri Nov 01, 2013 2:58 pm

~ Bought ~

:tu:
Perception is the ultimate "reality" ~ but not, the ultimate Truth.

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SoundMorph
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78 posts since 2 May, 2013 from Montreal

Post Sun Nov 03, 2013 4:22 pm

Shabdahbriah wrote:~ Bought ~

:tu:
Thanks for your support Shabdahbriah! We can't wait to get it to you! Should be shipping tomorrow afternoon Pacific US time. Cheers!

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toine6
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1309 posts since 29 Mar, 2002 from Salt Lake City, Utah - U.S.A.

Post Sun Nov 03, 2013 4:37 pm

Interesting. Would be nice if you could post a clear and close up screenshot of the GUI. The one on the site isn't very readable.

TimPanella
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86 posts since 30 Dec, 2004

Post Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:28 am

ariston wrote:... I would have preferred a longer look at the interface and some info on the features...
+1
toine6 wrote:Interesting. Would be nice if you could post a clear and close up screenshot of the GUI. The one on the site isn't very readable.
+100

Definitely going to keep an eye out for a more in-depth preview!

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