Micron MIDI Effects Pack
  • Micron MIDI Effects Pack
  • Micron MIDI Effects Pack
  • Micron MIDI Effects Pack
  • Micron MIDI Effects Pack

Micron MIDI Effects Pack

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Pack includes: Micron Synchronizer v1.1 Max for Live MIDI Effect Micron Micronizer v1.1 Max for Live Instrument Micron Harmonizer v1.1 Max for Live MIDI Effect

Product Descriptions: 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

Pack includes: Micron Synchronizer v1.1 Max for Live MIDI Effect Micron Micronizer v1.1 Max for Live Instrument Micron Harmonizer v1.1 Max for Live MIDI Effect

Product Descriptions: 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.

Micronizer is a microtonal sampler with 16 channels. Drop your own sound file into the box in the device and adjust the setting for your desired microtonal system. My Microtonal Upright Piano & Microtonal Upright Bass operate in the same fashion. Input keys are retuned according to the selected tuning system, tuning frequency, and chromatic mode. Includes: Sample Clips of plucked bass string, plucked violin string, & plucked piano strings

Harmonizer is a MIDI effect with a monophonic input and a polyphonic output of up to four MIDI notes. These notes are played simultaneously or arpeggiated using the SYNC menu at the top right corner. Chords can be created using the four PITCH number boxes at the top center. These numbers are positive and are normalized to the input note. The 12-tone Chromatic Pitch Set is normalized at 0, and the 7-tone Diatonic Pitch Set is normalized at 1. Switch between these sets using the GENUS switch at the top left corner. The chords are built of varying qualities and quantities using the INTERVAL and CHORD knobs respectively. In the GENUS Chromatic, the chord quality is fixed, and in the GENUS Diatonic, the chord quality is moveable. INTERVAL selects the Generic Pitch Interval. KEY & MODE are used to find the Specific Pitch Interval in the GENUS Chromatic, but they are used to find the root note for the selected scale in the GENUS Diatonic. The keyboard displays the selected chord in Pitch Set form, but the input note appears in Pitch-class form.

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