Threshold: sets how many slices that you want to have in your sample once a transient reaches the threshold a slice is made and these slices affect the way the sound generators are played. Trigger and switch source samples and sound snapshots in real time, then tweak parameters across all engines at once — all at the drop of your finger. The Samples Page The Samples Page is where you start out your musical journey in Flesh as this is where you load the samples you wish to manipulate shape and mangle into a new song. Prepare for a blast of new inspiration. You can choose from eight chord presets: Keynius, LowKey, Keytar, Monkeys, Turkeys, Keymono, Khakey and Key. Bars: Lets you play your sample over the time of one bar up to sixteen bars letting you really shorten or stretch out your sample over time. Having the mono synth listen to different frequencies in your sample is allot of fun and can give you instantaneous changes in the melody it creates.
The Harmonization Page The Harmonization Page in Flesh is the place where you can set the notes that are going to be played by the Sub, Monosynth and Polysynth. Flesh is a synth for Reaktor that is created by cooperation between Tim Exile and the people at Native instruments and was mainly designed for live performances and quick inspirational moments. Additionally, the sound generated can be further modified by the effects section and modulation page. Audio maverick, technical genius and boundary-pushing performer, Tim Exile has seen his career move from performing small clubs, to big stages around the world and releasing albums on Planet Mu and Warp. And the clear labels make it easy to predict what you can expect from each knob turn.
All this happens automatically in the background. Click on the different category headings to find out more and change our default settings. And the clear labels make it easy to predict what you can expect from each knob turn. But it can also be a lead, a pluck and most other common synth patches you hear. You can also stack the voices for a massive monosynth line.
Flesh, the instrument from Native Instruments has a name that is suggestive of the way it functions and what it provides. Users can also save presets — including samples — and recall them in real time. Plus, you can save presets — including samples — and recall them in real time. The Sub engine does not have many controls just Spectrum, Character, Length and Level these controls. But practice makes perfect I guess.
This information is transformed it into curves and triggers which gets sent to four audio engines for re-synthesizing new sonic material. Because we respect your right to privacy, you can choose not to allow some types of cookies. The effects section re-creates a highly-modified dub delay while the modulation page allows producers to add subtle to radical motion to their sound. The Effects Engine can be modulated by the curves extracted from your samples. This information is then sent to four audio engines as curves and triggers for re-synthesizing the source material.
Gain: is used to balance the level of the sample being used. Length: Controls the length of time the sub synths notes are played for giving you either long more decayed notes or short punchy ones. A clever system of global macro controls allows for consistent and tactile live tweaking. Switch, bend, and warp your way to twisted breaks and harmonic progressions with incredible hands-on performance power. The result: Naturally dynamic riffs and grooves dripping with a feel faithful to the source material. Four main controls — Spectrum, Character, Length, Mod — let you to subtly transform a sample or tear it apart into something completely new. Spectrum: Ads harmonics to the sub tones where higher values bring in higher harmonics and a low value brings in deeper harmonics.
Its advanced algorithms analyze the transients and spectral profile of sampled source material in the background. And after a few looks through my loop library, I discover a Wave Alchemy specimen that would really suit my purpose! Just pick a sample and transform it into a new song idea or even a full song in minutes! Plus, you can save presets — including samples — and recall them in real time. The effects section re-creates a highly-modified dub delay while the modulation page allows producers to add subtle to radical motion to their sound. Each engine has a specific function, from changing the sonic character of the sample itself to transforming it into a monophonic sequence or lead, chords, or sub-bass frequencies. Play rich harmonic progressions on the fly.
Four main controls — Spectrum, Character, Length, Mod — let you to subtly transform a sample or tear it apart into something completely new. Steps: controls how many steps there are in a bar and has a range of 4 steps up to 32 steps per bar. Actually, these numerical values associated with Length, Gain, and Offset can radically alter any pattern occurring in Flesh, causing all sorts of rhythmic and melodic havoc to occur. This information is transformed it into curves and triggers which gets sent to four audio engines for re-synthesizing new sonic material. Producers can play rich harmonic progressions, trigger and switch source samples and sound snapshots, then tweak parameters across all engines at once in real time.