Cycling74 Hipno VST RTAS 1.04
TEAM AiR | DATE 09/2006 | 54,3MB
Hipno is built using Pluggo technology to create over 40 plug-ins from video-controlled modulated delays to stunning granular sequencing effects. With such a diversity of plug-ins to explore, you might wonder where to start. We’ve color-coded the plug-ins to make it easy to explore those which may interest you most. Hipno is a hell-raising horde of audio plug-ins and virtual instruments for Audio Unit, RTAS, and VST host applications. The Hipno collection, designed by Electrotap, features an irresistible mix of granular, spectral, and filter/delay-based plug-ins that feature the unique Hipnoscope morphing interface shown below.
Hipno’s objective is to make advanced audio technology intuitive, powerful, and fun. You’ll get the extraordinary features you’ve come to expect from Cycling ’74 such as host synchronization and modulator plug-ins for automated parameter control. But Hipno goes a step further, adding plug-ins that can be controlled with motion tracking derived from a live webcam, XML preset import/export, and references instantly available from within each plug-in.
While immensely satisfying on its own, the Hipno collection also works seamlessly with the award-winning Pluggo and Mode plug-in collections from Cycling ’74 to further extend your visionary signal processing and instrumental possibilities.
Some highlights of the HIPNO collection include:
- Morphulescence: a cascaded bank of LFO-modulated morphing filters ready for eruption.
- Vsynth: a plug-in that uses a live video feed as the spectral source for synth inspirations.
- Deluge: a quartet of granular processing engines wrapped into one glittering package.
- Shypht: a pitch-shifting effects system enlivened by pitch quantization, filtering, and feedback looping.
- VcolorTrack and Modulator Vmotion: a pair of modulator plug-ins to morph and control Hipno, Mode, or Pluggo plug-ins using video color or motion tracking.
In addition to the host-sync capabilities and the ability to use Cycling ’74′s modulator plug-ins for control, many of the HIPNO plug-ins offer the unique Hipnoscope interface to create, control, and explore complex preset morphs and interpolations with a flick of the wrist. While immensely satisfying on its own, the HIPNO collection also extends the visionary signal processing and instrumental possibilities of the Pluggo and Mode plug-in collections.
Cycling74 Hipno 1.04 VST RTAS WiN-AiR