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Canada Computes: More Sound Tools

Jan 07, 2001, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Coe)

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"..First up, we have SpiralLoops. This is a nice looking program that is a lot of fun to play with. Effectively all you do is load in a sound sample."

"Then the fun begins. You can adjust the speed, the length, feedback, balance and a few other things. What the program does is create sound loops. Nothing too exciting there, but the cool part is you can adjust the speed and length on the fly, this makes for some interesting noises, particularly if you use ambient type samples."

"Anything you create can be saved, but a lot of the fun here is just leaving the program looping and doing some "mixing" on the fly. If you like the ambient work of the likes of Brian Eno or Aphex Twin then you can create similar sounding loops if you play with this program."

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