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  • Cosmosƒ by sonicLAB

    I spent half of last night and all day with this stochastic app named Cosmosƒ which I bought after discussing in a KVR thread about crusherX which I love and use a lot - Cosmos seems very convoluted at first but now that I've understood it fully I must say that´s it's a great approach to granulation/sample mangling (and more). Definitely something also for ambient music and spacey sounddesign, also an app for mathematical nerds who get an orgasm when thinking about stochastic principles
    The dev says, he is also planning a VST version. The app gets unstable sometimes and crashes.

    Here are some tracks and vids I made today using Cosmosƒ - the reverb/FX was added later inside Logic, as Cosmosƒ is a standalone app without FX:
    https://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/cosmos-2

    https://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/cosmos-a




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    Developer: http://www.sonic-lab.com/software/cosmos-f/

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    That looks sick!!! Is that a Mac app?!?! If so, how much? I love experimental software!!!!! Gleetchlab 3 comes to mind... which I should probably put in under the "ambient tools" section of the site. :tu:
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    • #3
      Originally posted by S1gnsOfL1fe View Post
      That looks sick!!! Is that a Mac app?!?! If so, how much? I love experimental software!!!!! Gleetchlab 3 comes to mind... which I should probably put in under the "ambient tools" section of the site. :tu:
      89 Euros it is - the dev sends you the app via Email after you have supplied him with your computer ID, I got 2, one for my studio machine and another one for my music laptop (of course only paying once).

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      • #4
        Here is another Cosmosƒ track, the original file recorded in Cosmos was edited in Logic, then treated with Fabfilter's Saturn, some dynamic EQing and VintageVerb.

        http://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/cosmos-c

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        • #5
          Okarina meets Cosmosƒ:
          https://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/cosmos-d

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          • #6
            A few weeks ago the plug-in version of Cosmosƒ was released, back then I made this experimental video with Cosmos inside Logic, some external reverb was used.

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