Free Loop Slicer

Shuriken release the KerrStinn VST instrument      16/03/07

Free Loop Slicer


Shuriken has released a new free VST instrument called KerrStinn. It is sort of an automatic controllable recallable loop slicer. Kerrstinn changes loops randomly by moving slices of them around and/or applying effects to the slices according to rules that the company call generators.
Features:
  • Loads WAV files.
  • "Random" knob to control what initial value the randomizing has.
  • "Slices" knob to control how many slices you want to cut the loop in to.
  • "Bisyness" parameter to control the weight of random to be applied; low values equals a small chance of change and larger values more.
  • "Bars" parameter to set how many bars the loop originally is (up to 8).
  • "Generator" parameter - these are rules on how to dissect your loops. Take "Freaky 4" for example, its rule is simply "if a slice is the 4th in a series perhaps play it backwards and/or apply the fftish effect on the slice".
  • On/off switch.
Pricing and Availability:
KerrStinn is available now for free More information and demo video:
  • www.shuriken.se

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