The Past Brought Back!
Huzzah, Multi-Channel is here! (08/26/2016)
- Included in the .zip is the v.1.10 of Morphophone Stereo, a Septaphonic (7.1), and an Octaphonic (8.0) version as well. Each has an Ensemble, and Instrument to be used in your setups. Originally made for Mark Mangini, they are here for your use now.
The I/O setup is as such, from 1-8:
Septa - L, C, R, LSS, RSS, LFE, LRS, RRS
Octa - L, C, R, RSS, RRS, CRS, LRS, LSS
- "Channels" have been renamed "Engines"
-Massive Overhaul internally and externally
-Made use of Active Display
-Now with full stereo signal path
-Much more CPU friendly on older computers
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Below is the description for the Morphophone, and if you have any problems feel free to leave a comment, however I think the "How To" sections should help out any confused user.
-Note that this description is solely for Morphophone Stereo. Other versions have their adapted descriptions in the Ensemble/Instrument properties-
Morphophone is a digital recreation of a powerful piece of hardware under the same name dating back to the 1960s/70s. The Morphophone can build complex forms through repetition, and accumulation of events through delays, filtering and feedback. It consists of ten channels, each with their own filters and stereo delays, which also allows for easily being able to produce artificial reverberation or continuous sounds.
Also great to use on a send/aux track for giving sounds that extra spatial definition they deserve.
____How It Works (General)____
To start off, under the "Active Display / Controls" macro there is a menu called "View Channels" this is where you select which channels are available for viewing, from channels 1 and 2, to channels 9 and 10.
Each Channel contains a Dual Sync Delay tht has it's own set of filters as well as outputs with phase options.
___How To Use (Active Display)___
Here you can see which channels are active, as well as the outputting levels from that channel. This exists so that while you can't see all the channels at once, you can still be notified of what is going on when you are not actively looking at them.
____How It Works (Serial)____
The "Serial" button, located in "Active Display / Controls" changes the internal configuration of the Morphophone from being in a Parallel state where each channel outputs its audio seperate from other channels, to being in a Serial state where each channel feeds its signal to the next channel, with only the active channels outputting their signal. (Note: Channel 1 has to be active for this to work)
!Randomize! Disclaimer: SyniteAudio will not be held accountable for any potential damages that can occur from using the "Randomize" feature.