Schwa has announced the release of TinMan, an auto-peaking resonant filter with multiple pitch detection and individually triggered attack/decay envelopes.
In other words, it listens to your audio and makes matching spooky "wooo-eeee-oooo" effects.
TinManTinMan uses a new polyphonic pitch detection algorithm to isolate and rank the strongest pitches in the input audio. For each detected pitch, a separate resonant filter, or resonator, is peak-matched to that exact pitch (even if it's off-key), and an attack envelope is triggered. If a pitch slides, the resonator's resonant peak will continue to track it. If a pitch ends, the resonator will release until fully quiet.
TinMan is available for Windows (VST) and Mac OS X (VST & AU) and costs $50 ($25 for those using TinMan only on the Reaper platform and only in a non-commercial use environment).
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