Micron Audio Effects Pack
  • Micron Audio Effects Pack
  • Micron Audio Effects Pack

Micron Audio Effects Pack

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Pack includes: Micron Resonator v1.3 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Reflector v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Modulator v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Oscillator v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Sculptor v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Separator v1.1 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Distortor v1.1 Max for Live Audio Effect

Pack includes: Micron Resonator v1.3 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Reflector v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Modulator v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Oscillator v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Sculptor v1.2 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Separator v1.1 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Distortor v1.1 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Contortor v1.1 Max for Live Audio Effect Micron Pulsator v1.0 Max for Live Audio Effect

Plus: Micron Synchronizer v1.1 Max for Live MIDI Effect

Product Descriptions: Resonator is a feedbacker effect whose delay time is tuned to a selected microtonal pitch. Choose an integer between 32Hz–63Hz and an octave between 0–6 to produce the resonant pitch center. Standard tuning frequency of A440Hz is TUNE 55Hz at OCT 3. The FEED parameter, which controls the feedback gain, includes an attenuator to keep the output level close to the input level.

Reflector is a delay effect whose delay time for each channel can be set to different beats, creating a polyrhythmic stereo sound. The REFLECT readout numbers identify the congruent pitch of the current tempo for pitch-synching.

Modulator is a ring modulation effect that multiplies the input signal by a sine wave of a selected microtonal pitch. Choose an integer between 32Hz–63Hz and an octave between 0–6 to produce the modular pitch center. Standard tuning frequency of A440Hz is TUNE 55Hz at OCT 3.

Oscillator is a frequency modulation effect that applies a signal sinx function to the input signal, which coils the signal around itself by an amount of pi-radians. This adds odd harmonics to the harmonics of the input signal. The OSCILLATOR readout number identifies the congruent pitch of the current tempo for pitch-synching.

Sculptor is a scoop filter effect that shapes the input signal using two crisscrossing shelf filters. Adjust the filter position on the x-axis with the frequency center FREQ, as well as distance from it with WIDTH, and the y-axis with the amplitude DEPTH. Overall gain is provided through LEVEL, which also applies makeup gain needed from shelf filters overlapping each other.

Separator is phaser effect that uses a single selected bandstop filter or lowpass filter. The tempo-synched RATE starts at the selected PHASE upon opening & playing. The RANGE of oscillation is logarithmically distant from the frequency center FREQ. The resonance parameter RES uses the unit of decibels per octave.

Distortor is an expander audio effect that exponentiates that input signal by a power of the DIST level, which also attenuates the output signal. Preceding this is the signal GATE and a limiter with makeup gain; both functions use a signal envelope with RAMP.

Contortor is a compressor audio effect that positively exponentiates that input signal by a power of the SHAPE level. Preceding this is the signal GATE and a limiter with makeup gain; both functions use a signal envelope with RAMP.

Pulsator is an envelope audio effect that ramps the input signal down by default, or up with INVERSE. Each channel can be set to different beats, creating a polyrhythmic stereo sound. Additionally, the angle of the ramp can be skewed using WIDTH. The PULSE readout numbers identify the congruent pitch of the current tempo for pitch-synching.

Synchronizer is a time-based effect that controls the tempo of a Live Set. The tempo is calibrated to a tuning frequency using the TUNE & OCT functions. TUNE selects integer for Tuning frequency that is congruent to a pitch in the Chromatic set. OCT selects the register number (octave) of the tuning frequency.

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