Crowd Simulator

QuikQuak release the Crowd Chamber layering plug-in      23/05/08

Crowd Simulator


QuikQuak tell us that their new Crowd Chamber is an audio plug-in that layers multiple variations of a signal to create a crowd simulation. Up to nearly 2,000,000 layers can be produced, from simple chorusing effects, small crowds and stadiums, on to impossible situations and effects.
When each voice is mixed, it is altered in varying time and spectral content, making unique versions of itself to create the illusion of different sources. And this effect can be fed back onto itself to create many thousands of voices in real-time.
QuikQuak say that once the concept had been created it became clear that Crowd Chamber could create far more than simple crowd scenes. Because of the feedback, wave cancellations, and the thousands of layers they say that it makes the perfect tool for creating strange and twisted effects.
QuikQuak say that Crowd Chamber also follows their other plug-ins with a visual, hands on approach. There is also a fast randomisation feature for rapid crowd creation.
Features
  • Simulates a crowd of up to 2,000,000 voices.
  • The perfect new tool for sound design.
  • Voices vary in spectral content and delay.
  • LFO's for temporal changes in voices.
  • Fast visual editing, with parameter randomisation functions.
  • From simple chorusing effects, small crowds and stadiums, and on to impossible situations.
  • Creates massive stereo sound washes, and extremely weird animal effects.
  • Low Cost
Pricing and Availability:
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