Origins of Audio Pulse v1.2 KONTAKT
Size 1.65 Gb
Pulse is a powerful sequencer, which will inspire all of you who reached a musical dead end! You have only to import a group inside Kontakt’s engine, choose from at least 13 different musical scales and let Pulse do its work!
The are 14 slots to which you can store presets and load them instantly, either by using the “load” button or by pressing the corresponding keyswitch. Pulse is calculating the exact Signature of the musical pattern you just created, giving you the basis to start composing. Speed/Tempo allows you to change the tempo of your sequence (double or half the speed) without changing Kontakt’s or your DAW’s tempo! The Humanizer button allows you to add a little more realism to your exported sequence. You can also reverse the order of your notes in your sequence with a push of a button!
You can either select manually every note of the sequencer, or adjust the lowest and highest note value and click the “random” button. Same thing stands for velocity and note pitch. You can also adjust the velocity level of every note with a single slider, or even choose the same note value for every step. Finally you can select a desirable time signature and notes value and click the randomize button!
You can now export your sequence to up to three notes simultaneously!
Don’t let a dead end stop your imagination!
– Automatic signature calculation
– Export your pattern to any DAW to any key you want up to three notes (*new on version 1.2)!
– Reverse Sequence order (*new on version 1.2)
– Window Message Display (*new on version 1.2)
– Control over the sequence table
– Speed/Tempo control
– 14 presets to store your ideas with assignable keyswitches
– Copy and paste function within the sequencer
– Elegant and user-friendly GUI
Randomizer based on:
– 7 different music scales (plus 2 arpeggios)
– 6 different music modes
– 6 predefined time signatures
– User Manual included
Kontakt Version: Full version of 5.5.1 (and higher) is required.
HDD Size: Less than 2Mb
Suggested RAM: It depends on the samples you import