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  • ID_23
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    The sound magic suite by Michael Norris is awesome!
    i love dronemaker and spectral partial glide, but all of the suite is great to use, very easy to make your speakers freak if you are not careful!

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  • Brandsmannen
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    Originally posted by Windspace View Post
    That's a nice track!

    The Sound Magic plug-in's really are indispensable for the ambient musician working on a Mac. I use the Spectral Dronemaker and Spectral Emergence a lot, usually on a sound that I stretched with Paulstretch. It's also well worth reading the manual that Michael Norris wrote. It's a little on the techie side, but very informative.

    Paulstretch effect comes with Audacity. Audacity is free also, and is a very full featured audio editor. You can record directly into Audacity as well.
    Thank you! Oh, I'll check out audacity as well. I've always seen audacity as kind of a raw DAW, without any bells and whistles. I guess I was wrong!

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  • aoVI
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    Originally posted by S1gnsOfL1fe View Post
    ... Us Mac users might be in the minority around these parts (by a slim margin...although I haven't put a poll out)...
    locking this thread before it gets out of hand.

    :lol:

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  • Maharg
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    Thanks for the link. Just downloaded and looking forward to trying it out.

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  • Eye Of Theta
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    Hey man, thanks for the link! It really does get a bit difficult sometimes to search for Mac compatible VSTs but AUs will do awesomely!

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  • windspace
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    That's a nice track!

    The Sound Magic plug-in's really are indispensable for the ambient musician working on a Mac. I use the Spectral Dronemaker and Spectral Emergence a lot, usually on a sound that I stretched with Paulstretch. It's also well worth reading the manual that Michael Norris wrote. It's a little on the techie side, but very informative.

    Paulstretch effect comes with Audacity. Audacity is free also, and is a very full featured audio editor. You can record directly into Audacity as well.

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  • S1gnsOfL1fe
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    Oh yeah...the Michael Norris pack. One of the best free lots out there! I use Spectral Dronemaker all the time. :tu:

    Thanks for posting the link. Us Mac users might be in the minority around these parts (by a slim margin...although I haven't put a poll out) but these are definitely worth a look for anybody on Mac making ambient.

    Cheers,
    -S1gns

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  • Brandsmannen
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    Tips for mac users!

    Hey!

    I found this freeware pack filled with AUs. I've tried it a little bit, and it hold some really cool features. I like the drone maker, super filterbank (makes anything sound like a synth :O) the granular and the gate and hold stuff.

    Made this track using the super filterbank and a sample with lots of delay: https://soundcloud.com/fcknoise/logic

    Here ya go if you're interested: http://www.michaelnorris.info/softwa...magic-spectral
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