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Let's Play with Sector: Sound Design & Commentary

Following the success of the Let's Play with iVCS3 video, I decided to take another stab at this format with SECTOR!

Video Description:

You guys seemed to really like the last Let's Play iVCS3 video, so I'm doing another one with the recent SECTOR from Kymatica. This is a fun app, and I've having a lot of fun with it in this video! If you'd like to see more Let's Play videos, please help me fund them: http://www.patreon.com/user?u=107612

Buy SECTOR on iTunes: $7.99

Reader Comments 7

Brilliant clip! Thks a lot Tim

March 21, 2014  | person_outline Suggathang

Reverse! Tap those arrows underneath the warp waveforms.. You can't AmenBreak w/o reverse!

Slap it up, flip it, & reverse it!

March 21, 2014  | person_outline odoyle

Do you have an advance copy of an updated Sector? Your UI has some distinct differences from mine.

March 21, 2014  | person_outline Clastic

Yes, that's the latest beta build. I believe it should be coming to iTunes shortly!

Such a creative, yet extremely complex program. I have barely scratched the surface with it, and have decided to wait for what looks to be an incredible update that addresses my desire to use it for slicing up more harmonic based material...a minute fade in at the beginning of each sector to attenuate those little glitches.

I really appreciate your work for this site, and applaud your integrity. I FUCKING HATE CENSORSHIP!

I would say to not give up hope as far as this being a niche community. It is definitely expanding, and I also hope you stick to your principles, stay patient, and do whatever you can to get your content out there. Cheers, Tim, and thanks again...

March 22, 2014  | person_outline Chris Catalano

Yes! This version has a micro-fade setting, so you can set a minuscule cross-fade between sectors and avoid the zero-crossing glitches in version 1.0. It works perfectly too, right out of the gate. I didn't even have to fiddle with it.

And thanks, Chris!

I Very much enjoyed your presentation here. You insprired by example rather than over detailed explanation. Made me start up the app and goof with some new ideas.

March 26, 2014  | person_outline Ray Peckham
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