Sinevibes has released Array 3.0, an updated version of its Audio Unit effect plugin for spectral animation.
Array filters the incoming audio into eight separate bands and allows you to individually pass or mute them in a rhythmical fashion, essentially working as a gate sequencer in the frequency domain. With macro controls for multiple parameters, Array is a quick yet capable tool for all kinds of spectral effects – morphed, stepped, strobed or glitched.
Array displays a live audio waveform on each filter band and allows to operate on it directly, giving you a true “what you see is what you get” workflow.
Here’s the official video demo:
- Sound Engine
- Sequencer with up to 32 steps, variable duration, division and swing ratio.
- Eight -24 dB/octave filters each with its own output gate sequence.
- Eight parameter snapshots within each preset, available for realtime switching and automation.
- Host transport synchronization with support for tempo and time signature changes.
- Live audio waveforms and fluid sequencer graphics visually matched to them.
- Support for multi-touch gestures and force touch on compatible trackpad devices.
- Fully hardware-accelerated rendering with support for Retina screen resolution.
- Works with any application that supports Audio Unit effect plugins.
- Supports OS X 10.6 or later running on 32 or 64 bit Intel Macs.
Array 3.0 is available now for US $29; it’s a free upgrade for existing Array owners. A demo version is also available.