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Breath Cube

Pop Music Generator Plugin by xoxos
Breath Cube
Breath Cube by xoxos is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Breath Cube employs the 'pop music generating' engine of Cube Breath and adds a 3-band synthetic voice to "challenge your listening skills".

Breath Cube was created using SynthEdit and runs as a standalone with the included SAVIHost application or as a VST plug-in.

The Breath Cube GUI features artwork by Shane Sanders.

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Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

Breath Cube
Reviewed By MilksterX
December 12th, 2020

I discovered this VST in the old VST thread, bridged it using jbridge and loaded it up in Ableton. At first i looked at it and wondered what the **** is this?

Four buttons/knobs - start, stop, not sure what the next one is (maybe restart) then a volume knob.
underneath is a record button.
and then a browse folder button which i'm guessing to where you want to save the recorded file.

The play button starts a new song and the fire hydrant with an eye starts singing along using randomly generated words. Some kind of speech vocoder module produces the lyrics you see in the speech bubble in no real rhthym to the music. If you click on the speech bubble it cycles through the words quicker.

The words don't sound coherent at all though, Actually sounds like Steven Hawkins on a hefty dose of MDMA and horse tranquilisers.

Soon after the first song stops the next one starts and before you know it you're wondering what lifestyle choices you made in your life that led to this very moment.

Deep stuff...

I still don't understand it's purpose but like many VSTs made a long time ago this is actually quite good for what it is - it gave me a good laugh.

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