Morph 4.4

Creates stunning effects by morphing one sound with another
4.4 (See all)
Creates new audio effects by morphing one sound with another while carefully adjusting the audio parameters. Includes high quality audio filters and effects, as well as PROSONIQ engine that automatically analyzes the files and provides the best output for the loaded files. Automatically matches the pitch of the loaded voice.

Have you ever wondered if it is possible to seemlessly morph from one sound to another? To create those stunning effects when an object slowly changes its shape to become another object, but only for sounds? Remember how much fun it was creating new faces from photographs of your friends, trying to get a glimpse of how children may look like from the faces of the parents? Now you can do the same with your favourite sounds! PROSONIQ morph is the world's first realtime audio morphing plug in for your preferred platform. The same people who developed the first automatic audio morphing software for the Atari ST in 1983 and for the Macintosh and the SGI in 1993 are now releasing PROSONIQ morph as world's first audio morphing software running in real time on your favorite host application. But that's not all: remember how difficult it sometimes was matching the individual features of the input pictures to get a good image morph? PROSONIQ morph does it all for you. Based on the same cutting-edge technology employed in all of Prosoniq's products, PROSONIQ morph recognizes important features in your sounds and automatically matches them to create a musically pleasing result. Whether you wish to create vocal lines impossible to be sung by a human, whether you are looking for new ways to create overwhelming sound effects from existing sounds or new instruments that do not exist in the physical world, PROSONIQ morph makes it all possible without the nasty artifacts of traditional signal processing. Where traditional methods end, PROSONIQ morph adds a new and unique dimension for sound design to your canvas of creative tools.

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