Bar Chimes Simulator

QuikQuak releases BarChimes v.1.0 for Windows and Mac      08/03/10
Bar Chimes Simulator


QuikQuak has released BarChimes v.1.0 . Here's what they have to say about it...
Bar Chimes are percussion instruments that are used in a wide range of musical styles, producing that twinkling or sparkling sound often used by percussionists.
They consist of a row of tuned solid metal bars that hang on strings from a wooden beam. When moved, usually with a sweeping action, the bars will swing and collide in a chaotic manner, creating that recognisable shimmering sound from all the random collisions and interactions.
The BarChimes plug-in physically emulates a set of bar chimes, using complex kinematic physics routines. Great care has gone into translating the physics of gravity, friction, and weight of the bars, including their appearance. The sounds of the bar interactions are created using editable partials and length frequencies, including percussive hits, decay elements, and spectral alterations.
Features
  • A detailed 36 bar kinetic physics simulation.
  • Gravity, collisions and audio accurately portrayed.
  • Velocity and sweep analysis simulates user movement through the chimes.
  • Parameters for physics, pitch and time.
  • Frequency editing with fundamentals and partials.
  • Percussive rendering with decay controls.
  • Swing modulation effects.
  • Photo-realistic 3D representation and collision effects.
Pricing and Availability:
£20 More information:
  • quikquak.com

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    Zot    Said...

    This is really cool, feels like I'm being hypotised by the motion. Great time and gravity effects - used instances for that 'Eno'-esk sound!

    18-Mar-10 08:48 AM


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