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Numerical Sound Tone Mutation: Instruments that change the timbre of any sound in your mix with 36 different color options in just a few clicks- the first Rack Extension of its kind. From subtle variations to a complete tonal shift, NSTMI works equally well in mixes and creative sound design with complex timbres that are quick and easy to achieve. 36 Timbral Impulses based on the acoustic resonance of acoustic and electro-acoustic instrument open up a whole new world of sonic possibilities.
Users who have purchased Tone Mutation Instruments please register and recieve periodic free combinator patches. Here is the link http://numericalsound.com/ToneMutation_Instr_support.html
The Tone Mutation convolution engine enables you sculpt the overall sound of any audio track in a new way. By distilling the detailed global character of an acoustic or electro-acoustic instrument into an impulse it becomes possible to transfer its "personality" to any other track, yielding new tonal offspring. Now you can apply the DNA of a flute onto your lead synth track or get even more creative - try applying a Trombone impulse onto a distorted guitar track or go even further. All sorts of new combinations are possible in your music, even with the the sounds you've been using everyday!
36 Timbral Impulses cover a wide range of instruments: various guitars, bass, cabinets, strings, woodwinds, brass, marimba, ensemble sections, folk instruments and even a Renaissance shawm.
This Convolution approach enables capabilities and precision sound that is impossible with parametric and multiband EQ's.
Stereo Width, Gain, Pan and Dry/Wet controls make it easy to mix and shape the sounds.
Audiophile design supports 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 and 192 KHz sample rates, with processing transparently optimized for each sample rate.
Bonus: Find different ways to use NSTMI instantly with the free combinator instrument patches. Some patches are available to trial users to get started quickly, but registered users get even more, including intermittent e-mailed updates from Numerical Sound.
Combinator patches that use NSTMI in series and especially in parallel can be used as a very powerful sound design tool. You can now isolate sonic elements such as attack/clicks/body and then recombine them in new and unique ways.