Free Step Sequencer With Sample Function

Noisebud releases CatchDad VST for Windows      12/05/11
CatchDad is the second Noisebud plugin created strictly for live situations, the first being StepDad where you can add a step sequenced ADSR filter/amplitude curve to any sound going through the plug-in. Here's what they have to say about it...
Once in a while you need a plugin that doesn't seem to exist so you just have to go and create it by yourself, right? While working with our side project Memo Cassette we needed a step sequencer with a built in real time sample function, so we created CatchDad.
Put it on a channel (or return track) in ableton live (or any other VST host that send time signals). Activate live monitoring if you like to record live sounds or run a loop trough CatchDad and start program beats on the fly, or you could use loops as sound banks to change sound as you go or catch a live drummer and start to rearrange what he's playing in real time or just add hits here and there... Go creative, the possibilities are endless.
With CatchDad you can catch 4 different sounds with just the click of a button and instantly start to program rhythms with the built in step sequencers. The plugin is capable of building advanced rhythmic patterns with the different settings and we're working on a manual so that you'll be able to use it to it's full potential, but until we're done with the documentation you're on your own. It's basic functionality is pretty straightforward, you'll be droppin' beats within 20 minutes. Just send any sound, live or prerecorded through the plugin, press Record and you're on your way!
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