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Recycle
Re:Cycle by Digital Brain Instruments is an Audio Plugin Host and a Standalone Application for macOS and Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application. It can host VST Plugins, Audio Units Plugins and VST 3 Plugins.
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
Windows 7 or Later. 4GB RAM. 1920×1080 Screen Resolution.
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
OS X 10.11.6 or Later. Intel. 4GB RAM Minimum. (for Apple M1 you'll need to use Rosetta 2). 1920×1080 Screen Resolution.
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Instruments
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Re:Cycle is a 64-bit standalone software developed for creating new sounds from your existing sound effects libraries.

Create endless variations from any sound effect on a dynamic, funny, easy and quick way. Change several parameters in real-time to design your new sounds.

Highlights:

  • Sample Editor Window: Select a specific audio section for processing.
  • Playback Speed: 10% to 400%.
  • Reverse Playback.
  • Pitch: -24 to 24 semitones.
  • Dynamic Pitch: Increase/decrease pitch automatically within the chosen range.
  • LFO: 1Hz to 40 Hz.
  • Dynamic LFO: Increase/decrease LFO rate automatically within the chosen range.
  • Phasor.
  • 2 vst/au plugin sections.
  • Random Settings Generator.
  • XY Pad for user-friendly dynamic effects processing.
  • Process & save any sample within 1-click.
  • MIDI.

System Requirements:

  • Mac: OS X 10.11.6 or Later. Intel. 4GB RAM Minimum. (for Apple M1 you'll need to use Rosetta 2). 1920×1080 Screen Resolution.
  • Windows: Windows 7 or Later. 4GB RAM. 1920×1080 Screen Resolution.
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