• Web Audio Synthesis & Visualization TUTORiAL
    January 14th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: TUTORiALS

    Web Audio Synthesis & Visualization TUTORiAL

    Web Audio Synthesis & Visualization

    P2P | 16 December 2021 | 1.14 GB

    Learn to create sounds using nothing but code! Synthesize and visualize audio, and add fun effects with javascript. Use these skills to build custom audio into games, web applications, or art projects in the browser. You’ll appreciate the richness of sound that is only possible with the web audio API!

    Viewed 50655 By Music Producers.

    • GON v1.0.0 WiN x86 x64 INTERNAL-R2R
      June 10th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: AAX, VST, VST3, WiNDOWS, x64, x64, x86, x86

      GON v1.0.0 WiN x86 x64 INTERNAL-R2R

      GON v1.0.0 WiN

      Team R2R | September 22 2020 | 8 MB

      PLATFORM: WiN32/64 – VST/VST3/AAX

      A free, universal visualization plug-in for stereo bus masters.

      Introduction: Available for all major plug-in formats, including VST 2, VST 3 and AAX for macOS and Windows plus Audio Units for macOS, GŌN (rhymes with “lone”) is a free software goniometer that authentically replicates an analog oscilloscope experience while keeping complexity at bay. This “phase scope” plug–in quickly conveys global trends and troubles, with a visual out–of–phase warning built in. Plus, an optional autogain feature insures that you’ll see an understandable display with a very wide range of input amplitudes.

      Viewed 24238 By Music Producers.

      • MAATgo v1.0.2 WiN-R2R
        May 24th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: AAX, Audio Software, VST, VST3, x64, x64, x86, x86

        MAATgo v1.0.2 WiN-R2R

        MAATgo v1.0.2 WiN

        Team R2R | 14 Mar 2021 | 8.5MB


        A universal monitor controller and visualization plug-in for computer audiophiles. If music is your profession, your passion or both, MAATgo is for you. MAATgo is explicitly built for everyone who listens to HRA (High Resolution Audio) files and streams on their computer. In the Golden Age of consumer hi–fi, some preamplifiers had not only a “balance” knob, but stereo/mono blend controls and even an oscilloscope to instantaneously display amplitude, frequency and the phase relationship between left and right channels. Marantz, Panasonic, Pioneer and SAE sometimes included an oscilloscope in their receivers, while the Apt Corporation’s legendary and groundbreaking Holman Preamplifier had a range of channel re–routing switches and a continuous stereo/mono blend control. This was not “feature creep,” needless features just to fill out a list. The Apt’s re–patching and intermix controls served a very useful purpose.

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