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Zynaptiq Morph - finally something that morphs!

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  • EggplantPurpleMoves
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    Very cool! I found this previously but not being a mac/ipad user and not having the money it has just been a dream of mine to find a windows VST that did the same thing for an affordable price...

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  • Sampleconstruct
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    After a very tedious and boring day cutting dozens of audio samples and finalizing gazillions of patches I needed something UnBoring, which led me to this: Serum bass, Spectral pad and Tremor beat all morphed together in one beaty sauce.


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing/vocoding a field recording I made in a Tokyo sushi bar with a pad improvisation using one of my Serum patches from Tabula Rasa:


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing two patches from my sound library Granular Symphonies (Padshop Pro) with each other, a vocal texture and an alto flute pad, both sounds play the identical Midi notes, the flute pad is being transposed +/- 1 octave during the video and also has pitch randomization applied via the Modwheel.


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing a field recording I made in Seoul some years ago with a dark drone from one of my SoundPacks. This is a rather strange combo...


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing several flute phrases from my upcoming HALion 5-library Aureus Ventus with one of my Serum pads from Tabula Rasa.

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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing a Serum sequence from Tabula Rasa with a loop I played on a Hang (percussion), a Zebra sequence from 1st Encounter and a vocal snippet from a singer I recorded in Kasachstan.


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Originally posted by Sampleconstruct
    Morphing a harp phrase from my chamber music work Immanenz with an E-bow phrase from my sound library Granular Guitars (and vice versa).


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyruYjzZV0s

    I made an extended audio version of this combo as I liked it quite a lot, some Replika delays are processing the output of Morph, the morphing and formant shifting was automated in LogicX.


    http://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/ebow-harp-morph

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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Morphing one of my Tremor beats from Tremendous Beatz with a Diversion sequencer from Diversity 2.


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Originally posted by Ahornberg View Post
    how does this relate ti NI Kontakt's morphing (except that this here is an FX)?
    If you mean Kontakt's AET-filters, that AET thing is just a half-baken attempt of doing some kind of filter-based morphing, I wish they had developed that further but they released it in Kontakt 3.5 and then never improved it, which is a pity because it mostly yields meh-results and has got nothing to do with actual FFT-based morphing at all. Zynaptiq's Morph is something totally different, try the demo to find out your yourself.

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  • Ahornberg
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    how does this relate ti NI Kontakt's morphing (except that this here is an FX)?

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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Experiment:


    Morphing several female sigh samples from Alchemistry Beyond with a string drone from Ambient Strings for MachiFive 3:


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  • Sampleconstruct
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    Experiment:
    Morphing a Serum sequencer from my soundset Tabula Rasa with one of my Tremor beats and a Tuvan vocal sound from my library MetaVox.


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  • btocher
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    Lovely examples, thanks. I've now put this plugin on my "things I'd like" list :-)

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  • Makrotulpa
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    Originally posted by Sampleconstruct View Post
    Morphing a harp phrase from my chamber music work Immanenz with an E-bow phrase from my sound library Granular Guitars (and vice versa).


    I remember this from back in the day - certainly seems like a worthy update.
    This + Kaleidoscope :rockon:

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