Boscomac launches Bouncing Ball
Boscomac offers Native Instruments Reaktor users a new stereo delay add-on that bounces like a ball.
The Bouncing Ball add-on for Reaktor includes controls for changing the bounce behavior, such as the number of bounces, the time between each bounce (can be synced to the tempo), the gravity, the decay (like a fade in/out) or the color with a high/low-pass filter. A center display will show the changes in real time.
Bouncing Ball is available for free at boscomac.free.fr. You can also listen to demos on the editor's website.
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