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Effect sequencer from MeldaProduction

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MRhythmizer is a time manipulation effect that uses an integrated sequencer to control time, volume and filters.

Melda also announced that they have updated all their plugins to version 3.02.

 

MRhythmizer

  • 36 sequences for time, 36 for volume and 36 for filter – each sequence is up to 64 quarter notes long and automatically synchronizes with the song. Time sequences can look up to 8 quarter notes into the past.
  • Controllable via MIDI, modulation and automation – switch between sequences using the controller you like the most, whether it is MIDI keyboard, or you like to automate it in your host, or even attach it to a modulator so that it switches automatically.
  • Scratching slider – whenever you like to do some scratches, it is as easy as moving a slider.
  • 4 global modulators – in each instance you can have up to 4 modulation full-featured LFOs that can modulate any set of parameters including other modulators. In this way you can make the sound move in time, be less static and more interesting. Each modulator also features an envelope follower and MIDI reset features.
  • Up to 8 channels surround processing – MP plugins can handle not only mono and stereo signals, but also up to 8 channels of surround audio, making them ideal for audio production for movies, games, etc.
  • Sinc interpolation and high-quality upsampling – MRhythmizer implements the most advanced technologies to provide the best audio quality.
  • Easy-to-use user interface. You can easily change all values, fine-tune each control in multiple ways. Easy orientation in a standardized GUI, textual editing and smooth visualization with almost unlimited zooming are standard.
  • Automatic synchronization to host tempo – every oscillator and modulator in the plug-in can automatically synchronize to the host providing as natural a sound as possible while not offending other tracks.
  • MIDI controllers with MIDI learn – you can map any parameter to any MIDI controller or MIDI keyboard and control it realtime or record and automate it.
  • Optimized for SSE and SSE2 processors.
  • Global preset management – using a title button you can save your settings (which are shared on the computer) so you can easily access these in other songs.
  • Fully automatable.

Changes in v3.02:

  • Added MRhythmizer and MMultiBandConvolution
  • Kernel highly optimized, especially for plugins with visualization.
  • Added envelope editor snap-to-grid feature and advanced envelope editor menu.
  • Added stairs & pulses envelope point mode.
  • Band editor now shows band limits when the mouse is over one.
  • Added disabled mode and improved harmonics processing in MMultiBandSaturator and MLimiter.
  • MMultiBandHarmonizer MIDI control now recognized MIDI channel as target band.
  • Plugins are now temporarily bypassed for time consuming actions such as loading presets.
  • Now the plugins released in bundles can also accept single plugin licenses for easier installation and activation.
  • Fix: MFreeformAnalogEq was reporting an invalid source data for Q < 0.1.
  • Fix: MStereoProcessor was reporting latency and causing problems in hybrid mode under problematic hosts.
  • Fix: Multiband plugins kept a single band enabled even if set to disabled.
  • Fix: Occasional freezing under problematic hosts such as Wavelab.
  • Fix: Multiband limiter and dynamics master reduction meter was measuring even disabled bands.
  • Fix: Textual edition of shift in MFreqShifter and MMultiBandFreqShifter.
  • Fix: Equalizers now send only those automation parameters, which are actually changed.
  • Fix: Mono/stereo encoding was sometimes failing in Logic.
  • Fix: Copy&paste of modulators could result in a hang.
  • Fix: Installer could hang on some multiprocessor systems.

Pricing

€35; intro €10

 

Changes in v3.02:

  • Added MRhythmizer and MMultiBandConvolution
  • Kernel highly optimized, especially for plugins with visualization.
  • Added envelope editor snap-to-grid feature and advanced envelope editor menu.
  • Added stairs & pulses envelope point mode.
  • Band editor now shows band limits when the mouse is over one.
  • Added disabled mode and improved harmonics processing in MMultiBandSaturator and MLimiter.
  • MMultiBandHarmonizer MIDI control now recognized MIDI channel as target band.
  • Plugins are now temporarily bypassed for time consuming actions such as loading presets.
  • Now the plugins released in bundles can also accept single plugin licenses for easier installation and activation.
  • Fix: MFreeformAnalogEq was reporting an invalid source data for Q < 0.1.
  • Fix: MStereoProcessor was reporting latency and causing problems in hybrid mode under problematic hosts.
  • Fix: Multiband plugins kept a single band enabled even if set to disabled.
  • Fix: Occasional freezing under problematic hosts such as Wavelab.
  • Fix: Multiband limiter and dynamics master reduction meter was measuring even disabled bands.
  • Fix: Textual edition of shift in MFreqShifter and MMultiBandFreqShifter.
  • Fix: Equalizers now send only those automation parameters, which are actually changed.
  • Fix: Mono/stereo encoding was sometimes failing in Logic.
  • Fix: Copy&paste of modulators could result in a hang.
  • Fix: Installer could hang on some multiprocessor systems.
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