Intello grew out of frustration with existing samplers. Zettt notes:
“I was always frustrated by the way usual samplers work. I knew how to create Glitch effects using loops, but none of the tools I used were able to start looping/glitching exactly when I wanted them to. There was also this problem that a samplers’ buffer was limited. None of the samplers I was using could sample live input and immediately do something with the just sampled material. The idea was to have a sort of “live sampler” with loop mechanism. I wanted to have precise control over a loops’ length and its starting point.”
This video captures a presentation he gave at BarCamp London 8. It’s not a demo video per se, but more of a technical discussion with demonstrations.
The plugin is expected to be available in two weeks from Zettt.de for €20 (about $27, £17).