Fairly Confusing Waveforms Sonocipher
Fairly Confusion Waveforms offers Kontakt users a rhythmic sequencer library which is quite useless but really fun to play.
Despite what its GUI shows, Sonocipher for the full version of Kontakt 4/5 won’t output typewriter sounds. Fairly Confusing Waveforms reused some of the sounds from his previous creations and produced new ones, such as hand drums, synth sounds from a vintage Sequential Circuits model, a plastic pistol or diesel engine.
To use Sonocipher, enter text with the built-in keyboard, then click Enter and the instrument will convert the text into a rhythmic sequence. The Play key will launch the playback. You can use the modulation wheel to change the sequence proprieties, a Glitch Playback mode is included as well as certain “hidden” functions listed on the FCW website.
Sonocipher is available for free download from waveforms.fairlyconfusing.net.
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