Burns has introduced Braids Renaissance, an alternate firmware for the open Mutable Instruments Braids module that adds a new voice synthesis engine and more.
It adds the following algorithms to Braids:
- Software Automated Mouth, also known as SAM. The classic robotic text-to-speech engine originally written for the Commodore 64.
- 6xsaw, 6xsquare, 6xtriangle, 6xsine. 6 oscillators, starting at the 1v/oct input, spaced evenly across the currently selected quantize scale. Color controls the number of scale steps between oscillators, and Timbre scans through various amplitude settings for the 6 oscillators. When the Braids quantizer is turned off, the oscillators are evenly spaced by semitones (controlled by Color).
The firmware is available now is a free download. If you’ve used it, share your thoughts on it, or demo link of how you’re using it, in the comments.
via Richard Devine
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Cool, interesting “noise”…