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Electronic Music other: Imageline Autogun: Freeware Synth - 4,294,967,296 presets
Written July 01 2009 , Tags: big, fruity, rompler, freeware
just got this today, sounds very FM, quite high quality - interesting concept.
Autogun is based on the Ogun VSTi synthesizer that can produce exceptionally rich metallic and shimmering timbres, although it’s not limited to these sounds as Autogun will demonstrate. Ogun’s distinctive synthesis engine can generate more than 32,000 harmonics, modulated by high-level ‘harmonic mapping’ functions. These synthesis parameters have been put under the control of an artificial intelligence, patch creation algorithm, the reason Autogun can deliver such a huge number of great presets.
Every Autogun is set to start from a unique preset number, so that each Autogun user is assigned a personal starting preset-address, ready to explore. However, users can at any time, jump to a new location in the preset-space by simply entering a preset number.
* Based on the Ogun synthesis engine.
* Enhanced by the Soundgoodizer, (Maximus) engine.
* 4 294 967 296 amazing presets to explore.
* Preset number copy/paste field.
* Preset up/down buttons.
* Volume control.
anyone else on this?
found any interesting patches?
the demo tracks sound, uh...crap. Cool idea though.
i've found some pretty great patches in there. pads & basses mostly.
just had a listen, yeah the demo tracks are shit. its fuckin fruity corp. what do you expect?
haha, yeah I know. demos are so misleading.
The number of presets is amazing, but no editing at all kind of sucks. If I preset browse, I always like to tweak something.
I've tried it, I think it sound really good! Amazing little piece of kit & the concept is very similar to Ugo's The Element of Surprise from the KVR devellopers challenger 2007: [url=]http://www.kvraudio.com/developer_challenge_2007.php#dc0731[/url]
breakscience said: "haha, yeah I know. demos are so misleading.
The number of presets is amazing, but no editing at all kind of sucks. If I preset browse, I always like to tweak something."
you can import the patches into Ogun to tweak them apparently. the whole thing is marketing for Ogun i believe.
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