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Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Audio Mulch v2.1.1 Mac OSX INTEL

File Size: 26.8 MB [k] by NOY
AudioMulch is software for live performance, audio processing, sound synthesis and music composition. AudioMulch has been designed to be adaptable. For some, AudioMulch is a unique and powerful tool that performs tasks that you can't quite do as easily with other audio software. For others, AudioMulch is their all-in-one environment for composing, performing and producing music. Other ways people use AudioMulch include:
* As a sound mangling tool. Creative audio processing using granulators, shifters & shapers, delays and filters.
* As a multi-track recorder. Record the stems of your improvisations and performances for remixing later in the studio
* Composers and sound designers create sound textures in AudioMulch to use as source material for their work in multi-track editors
* Keyboardists use AudioMulch to host their software instrument plug-ins (VSTis) and effects
System Requirements
Macintosh OS X
* Intel processors only
* OSX 10.4 (Tiger), OSX 10.5 (Leopard), and OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Download Here:
Password: ozmosis

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

For some reason, I can't get this to work. I've unrar'd it, it opens as the proper AM folder, but it won't open the program...something I'm missing? Anyone else had problems?