4Pockets have updated StringLab, the synth that can create strings and sounds of all sorts using white noise, available for $14.99.
What’s new in version 1.01:
- Added a master fine tune knob to the Tune dialog to target 440Hz/432Hz etc.
- Updated manual and added new Masterclass #2 video link.
- Added noise level as an LFO modulation source.
- Added a Parametric EQ to the Exciter output (see open window).
- Added a knob adjustment mode to settigs (vertical+horizontal, vertical only, horizontal only).
- Added a CC control ON/OFF option in the settings.
- Added a number of CC controls to the app (see manual).
- Removed the Generic (test) option from the Web Transfer dialog.
StringLab is a physical string modelling synthesizer based on Karplus-Strong theory. It is capable of reproducing the sounds of many different types of instruments, but is especially useful in the reproduction of hammered or plucked strings and other types of percussive instruments.
It works by passing carefully crafted waveforms and short bursts of white noise through a series of tuned delay lines. The delay lines have an internal feedback loop with a series of filters to mimic the natural decay of harmonics found in a real instrument. StringLab allows you to discover the character of real-world acoustics, exploring the physics of how materials interact. Many new and original textures are born out of experimenting with the settings, so don’t be afraid to experiment and create your own unique and dynamic instruments.
- Karplus Strong based physical modeling
- Exciter Impact with multiple modes
- Exciter Noise with many envelope driven filters
- 2 resonator objects with feedback
- 8 bands per object with inversion
- 4 Coupling modes
- Supports Frequency Dispersion
- Feedback low/high Damping
- Per object Body Filter
- Pitch Deformity
- External live input mode.
- Preset randomiser
- Build it Preset Manager & Favourites.
- Search Presets
- Drag & Drop preset export of presets.
- Supports Color Sets
StringLab is available to iPhone and iPad users (AUv3).
Check out Doug’s overview HERE.
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