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A free single-stream quasi-synchronous granulator which also features an analog filter to further manipulate the sound with a smooth lowpass,phatpass (with some big bottom end)and highpass formant hybrid settings.The sonix interface is very easy on the eyes and the gui gives sonix the look of hardware rather than software.All the main controls can be automated of course so you get 'full control'over your audio grains,and metering is courtesy of a standard rms sensing VU which monitors the mono input level only.
Sonix buffers input audio and releases it in discrete grains of a specified duration, at a specified rate. Random variation can also be applied to the grain length and grain rate,and the grains amplitude can be shaped with six different envelopes.
- Random grain variation
- Grain pitch control
- Auto pitch variation
- Hybrid analog filter
- Grain shaping envelopes
- Wet & dry signal control
- Full automation
- Hardware look
- Traditional VU meter
- Interface is easy on the eyes
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