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  • Will AudioMulch bring something new?

    I'm thinking about AudioMulch. From similar software I already have Plogue Bidule and lot of Reaktor stuff, so I want to ask AudioMulch users: will it bring something new to technical side of creative possibilities?
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    It has the whole 'metasurface' thing and some built in loopers which I really like using; I found it to be easier to configure and get to do what I want than Bidule, but that comes at the cost of low-level flexibility. The demo's pretty generous, I'd say give it a shot.

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    • #3
      Yes, the Metasurface thing is one of the most interesting features. I always dreamed about pMix for Windows: http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2012...lator-for-mac/
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      • #4
        Sorry to necro, but since there was already an Audiomulch-related thread in the "Theory and Methods" section, I figured this might be a good place to post this-
        a nifty video showing how to build a drone using mostly contraptions found within Audiomulch with the addition of a few free VSTs:
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        • #5
          Thanks, Duckett I am not AudioMulch user yet, but I have crosshair on it.
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