Sonora Cinematic (the developer behind Poiesis Cello, Aria Libera and the recent Atlas Flutes) has announced the release of Harmonic Bloom, a new creative sound design environment where you can drop ANY sound into the interface, (the noisier the better), and it turns it into musical material.
Here's what they say:
From calm and reflective organic soundscapes to dark and imposing mechanical pads and textures, Harmonic Bloom offers an array of sound design possibilities – and that's just with the included noises and sound sources. Users can also import their own samples into the easy to use interface to craft rich, complex and captivating instruments like no other.
Once a sound is selected or imported, you can simply start extracting harmonics from these chaotic waveforms to obtain a musical pitch.
That's just the beginning... a plethora of built-in LFOs can independently modulate the panning, volume and filters of each single harmonic.
Furthermore, you can add a second layer from a curated selection of deep sampled sound sources ranging from rare instruments to classic analog synths, guitars to reamped acoustic instruments and more.
Intro Price: £89.00 (Reg. £119.00).
Check out the videos, demos and more details at: sonoracinematic.com
Harmonic Bloom works with the free Kontakt Player.