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Inspire CC is a stereo or multi out sample based synth with four channels, each having its own sound source, controls and options. Although designed primarily to produce rich pads Inspire CC is capable of shorter sounds such as bass and other hard attack sounds.
The Dome randomises all four channels simultaneously or specific parts of each channel. Apart from the Domes centre it has intentionally been left unstated what other areas randomise to introduce absolute chance and maybe inspire new musical pieces as a result - see the general help picture. Obviously through trial and error it can be discovered what each part of the Dome randomises, if that is so desired.
The random sweep generators (RSG) for each of the four channels create sweeps of varying speed and tonality. The master random sweep generators do exactly the same as the RSGs but for all four channels simultaneously, creating different sweeps for each channel. The generated sweeps can be so subtle as to be almost imperceptible, powerfully dramatic or anywhere between the two. There are also sweep templates to aid the creation of custom sweeps. Sweeps can be turned off for each channel by disabling the filter envelope resulting in a regular low/high pass filter.
Using only the Dome and the random sweep generators it's quick and easy to create useful presets for Inspire CC.
Right click anything to check for available MIDI control.
Automation is available for all parameters that make creative sense to have it.
On interface help.
There are more preset banks other than the default.
All audio demos were created using only one instance of Inspire CC (with added drums).
Why 32-bit VST only? Many third party SynthEdit modules were used to create Inspire CC and, unfortunately, there are no 64-bit versions of the modules.