Max For Live Sound Design Synthesiser

Junklite Software releases NoiseBox      12/12/16

Junklite Software has released NoiseBox, described as a sound design synthesiser for Max For Live in Ableton Live.

A spokesperson told us, "NoiseBox is based on the principle of filtered noise. Useful for a variety of sound design and musical uses. With the inbuilt random LFOs it can easily produce continuously moving sounds instead of using field recordings or samples. It has three separate noise sources: crackle, pink noise and Gaussian noise, three filter types: low pass, transistor ladder and bandpass with a separate LFO for frequency and Q, a free envelope that can be applied to frequency and Q. The envelopes are designed to have particularly long attacks and releases to allow for subtle sounds to be created."

Pricing and Availability:
£10

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