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Parametric EQ AUv3 Plugin

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This is an AUv3 compatible stereo parametric equalizer which can be used as a plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Meteor, Auria or GarageBand. It supports a graphical interface and presets with stereo metering to monitor signal levels.

The equalizer allows you to define up to 4 frequency bands which can be cut/boosted up to 24dB.

The Parametric EQ is a mainstay of recording and live sound production. In professional audio circles, equalization is a highly sophisticated art that can be used to sculpt the tone of instruments in a mix, counteract anomalies in a room, or just pump up the bass.

This 4-band stereo EQ allows you to control of the gain (boost/cut) of low, midrange, and high frequency bands. Use the Q knob to adjust the ratio of the center frequency to the bandwidth.

This type of EQ is great for guitars in order to emphesise certain harmonic frequencies or to remove unwanted narrowband noise.

This is one of a suite of AUv3 compatible plugins which will also be available from 4Pockets.

Audio Expander AUv3 Plugin

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This is an AUv3 compatible audio expander which can be used as a plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Meteor, Auria or GarageBand. It supports a graphical interface and presets with stereo metering to monitor signal levels.

The expander can be used to increase the dynamic range of the audio signal by reducing specific bandwidths that fall below a specified threshold. This is essentially the opposite of a compressor and can be used when you have a noisy recording and want to reduce the volume of the quieter parts to reduce noise. Expanders are also great for enhancing drum tracks creating gated effects which give your drum tracks more punch.

This is one of a suite of AUv3 compatible plugins which will also be available from 4Pockets.

Audio Compressor AUv3 Plugin

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iTunes Description:

This is a AUv3 compatible audio compressor which can be used as plugin with your favourite DAW such as Cubasis, Meteor, Auria or GarageBand. It supports a modern graphical interface and presets with stereo meters for monitoring signal levels.

This is one of a suite of AUv3 compatible plugins which will also soon be available from 4Pockets.

Formante

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Formante is an AudioUnit AU3 compatible vocal filter plugin.

You can simulate the formants and the vowels of a human voice, creating rich and mellow sounds; it can be applied to synthesizes, drums, guitars or any sound you want.
Its parameters can be controlled by hosts or automated with the integrated drawable envelope (you can choose 16/32/64 steps resolution) and a BPM tempo control.

Its filter engine has been already acclaimed in the vocal section of EGSY01 analogue synth, and we decided to publish it as a standalone filter due to users request.


PLEASE NOTE:
this is not a standalone app, but you need an AU3 compatible host like n-Track, AUM, Auria, Cubasis or Beatmaker3

Ribn

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Ribn is a MIDI controller with 8 assignable ribbons. What makes Ribn unique is its ability to record and loop your finger movement. This allows you to add organic repeating modulation to your synths and effects, kind of like complex LFOs. You can assign a unique MIDI channel and CC# to each ribbon. As long as your gear responds to MIDI CC messages you will be able to control it with Ribn.

** FEATURES **
• 8 MIDI CC ribbon pads
• Add modulation to your MIDI hardware synths, effects, eurorack modulars, drum machines, etc.
• Configurable MIDI channel and CC# per ribbon
• Ribbons record and loop your finger movement
• Looping can be turned off to enable standard ribbon sliders
• Choose 2, 4 or 8 ribbons
• Use a wired MIDI interface, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi
• All settings are saved automatically
• Works on iPhone (including iPhone X) and iPad

** EXAMPLE USES **
• Control hardware MIDI synths parameters like the filter cutoff frequency, resonance, oscillator octave, etc.
• Control any soft synth in Ableton Live (or your favorite DAW) by connecting your iOS device to your Mac via Wi-Fi and choosing "Session 1" as the MIDI output in Ribn.
• Control your Eurorack modules by running Ribn through a MIDI to CV converter.
• Control drum machines and effects. For example, try controlling the room size of a reverb effect unit with a looping ribbon or the snappiness of a snare drum on a drum machine. The possibilities are endless.
• Daisy chain your MIDI hardware using MIDI Thru ports and assign each ribbon to a different MIDI channel. This way you can control more than one piece of hardware at a time. For example, you can assign the first 4 ribbons to a synth and the last 4 to an effect unit.

** HOW IT WORKS **
• Connect your MIDI gear (like a synth) to your iOS device using a MIDI interface (wired or bluetooth)
• Launch Ribn and select your MIDI interface in the settings page.
• Find out which CC# and MIDI channel your gear responds to (usually at the end of the manual) and enter this information in RIbn's edit view.
• Slide your finger on a ribbon to send CC values and control the parameters on your MIDI gear.

** WHAT IS MIDI AND CC? **
• MIDI is just the way electronic musical instruments talk to each other.
• CC (Continuous Controller) is just a way to control various parameters using MIDI. For example, a synth's filter cutoff frequency can be controlled using a MIDI CC signal.

** NOTE **
• Ribn is a MIDI controller and doesn't produce any sounds. To use Ribn you must connect it to a device that responds to MIDI CC signals (check your gear's manual to be sure).
• Ribn doesn't send note data, it only sends CC signals (you can't play melodies with it, but you can control various parameters like synthesizer filters, or effects settings).
• To connect your iOS device to MIDI gear you will need to buy a MIDI interface. A MIDI interface typically connects to your iOS lightning port and provides standard MIDI DIN ports to connect to your hardware. There are also bluetooth MIDI interfaces that connect wirelessly. Alternatively, you can connect to your Mac over Wi-Fi and control software synths that way. This setup is a little more complex but totally doable (I've tested controlling Ableton Live plugins over Wi-Fi with Ribn and it worked perfectly).
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