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Synodeia2 (Audio to MIDI - MIDI Plugin)

KLANGLABS Synodeia2

Synodeia2
plugin name Synodeia2
developer / manufacturer KLANGLABS
price n/a
licence type freeware - free to download and use
plugin type

Audio to MIDI

available formats -
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VST
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available platforms Windows 32bit
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plugin status Released
plugin version
date added 19 June 2007 at 22:24
date updated 19 June 2007 at 22:27
Synodeia2 description
Realtime audio to MIDI triggering plugin.

"Synodeia" is a VST effect, but instead of processing the incoming signal, it can recognize pitches (frequencies) from a monophonic source and sends MIDI out messages, so you can control any VST or MIDI device using your voice for example.

"Synodeia" is a greek word and it means "Accompaniment". This plug-in is made specifically for live performances where a soloist can trigger samples while playing his instrument. This applies to voice and any other monophonic instrument.

Sinodeia 2, by its nature, is very light on the CPU, unlike its lil brother, sample player version Synodeia v1.

Specs:

- Octave shift

- Sine tone for testing, measuring purposes. (Sine tone and tone decay time)

- Input volume, Accuracy control and incoming signal monitoring (bypass)

- MIDI output messages monitor.

- The zip package contains an "Fmin chords" soundfont for you to test singing while synodeia does the accompaniment.

- Synodeia2 doesn't recognize legatto lines yet. It's internal configuration makes it impossible at this time, I'm still searching for a solution though, that and a way to make glissando too. Meanwhile be sure to leave al least a little space between notes so synodeia can recognize the peak information and trigger a new MIDI message.




 

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