Post by simpli. Privacy Terms. Ableton Forum. Quick links. Sugarbytes Effectrix vs doin it manually Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live. But how hard is it to have say 5 or 8 audio tracks with whatever effects you desire on each of them and manually cutting the audio and placing them on a specific fx track?
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Post by simpli. Privacy Terms. Ableton Forum. Quick links. Sugarbytes Effectrix vs doin it manually Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live.
But how hard is it to have say 5 or 8 audio tracks with whatever effects you desire on each of them and manually cutting the audio and placing them on a specific fx track? That's basically what the plugin does no?? I was lookin into tryin this plugin out but then thought to myself that I could just do this manually Plus it would be better cuz I get full control of where I want a certain effect to take place If I'm missing something please do share.
The demo is more than enough to persuade or dissuade you. The big advantage of Effectrix over the manual approach, is how the effects are laid out in a sequencer. Also, some of the effects can't even be reproduced in Live without a third party VST anyway as far as real-time effects go, that is - you can always resample and stretch or reverse, but Effectrix does this on the fly.
You should also look into Artillery 2 also from Sugar Bytes , which lets you play the effects with your keyboard; all you have to do is arm a midi track, and pass on the midi to Artillery, as opposed to mapping a dummy clip to a midi note. Speaking of which: If you want to do this manually, I guess you need to look into dummy clips. By the way; I found a very nice way of using Artillery recently, which basically uses an instrument rack with an external instrument on each chain to send midi to Artillery, which lets me collapse the MIDI clips on the track with the instrument rack, and presto, I have my own Effectrix style sequencer, and even more versatile than the original!
Now I can program the effects meticulously, as well as play them with the keyboard. Latest track. Funk N. Furter wrote: Post properly. I started with the audio editing method I think there are some good Tom Cosm tutorials on this. Effectrix lets you do this, and has some pretty nice effects to boot IMO.
I actually started the M4L project I detailed above because I liked the Effectrix concept but wanted to be able to insert in my own effects. I am now looking forward to giving Artillery a try as well Also very light on cpu and can also be great as just a standard effects unit for the bread and butter stuff. The only thing is that to use the keyboard function, you need to use another track for Artillery's midi notes. Unless you use Kore and then you can actually use midi from the same track for both a midi instrument and Artillery by keysplit, which is cool, and still have audio going from the instrument to Artillery.
Effectrix on the other hand is cool because the pattern switcher, which can be triggered by midi notes the little keyboard graphic , can also be changed by a single control, available to automation. This is like having 12 effects racks in parallel with different combinations of effects on each and having a macro knob to switch between them.
Except with Effectrix you don't need to duplicate effect devices between chains. I also think the single window with the effect sequences is pretty handy to see everything that's going on, as opposed to many different clip envelope views. Re: Sugarbytes Effectrix vs doin it manually Post by simpli.
Should be done soon. Very cool. Board index All times are UTC.
User manual Sugar Bytes Effectrix 11-33034
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SOS have already reviewed a number of their tools for doing just that, most obviously Effectrix March and Turnado December The latest release, and the subject of this review, is Looperator, which takes some ideas from Effectrix and marries them up with elements of the loop and beat—slicing found in another Sugar Bytes plug—in, Egoist. In essence, Looperator takes incoming audio, chops it into steps and runs it through an effects processor controlled by a 16—step sequencer. Each step can be treated to a different set of effects from an armoury that includes filters, stutters, slices, distortion, tape stops, volume modulation and looping, all similar in nature to the effects found in both Effectrix and Turnado. The effects can be programmed into a multi—lane, step—based editor and, as in Effectrix, can be synchronised to your host DAW during playback. The step length used to loop the overall 16—step sequence can be half, quarter or one—eighth of a bar, meaning that the 16—step pattern runs for eight, four or two bars respectively.
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We recommend checking out our discussion threads on the Sugar Bytes Effectrix , which address similar problems with connecting and setting up Virtual Instruments Sugar Bytes. Effectrix from Sugar Bytes is the perfect tool for sequenced sound manipulations. Tweak your beats, create new rhythms, reverse parts, stretch others, apply delay lines; even create melodies with atonal material. Have it your way with 14 Candy Effects of Sugar Bytes latest Bang Effectrix, each one providing its own step sequencer and two modulation-sequencers. If you own a Sugar Bytes virtual instruments and have a user manual in electronic form, you can upload it to this website using the link on the right side of the screen. Mac OS X
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