|Plogue Bidule Groups:|
|The sequel to the popular Squid Scratcher - using a realtime buffer for live input, as suggested by Kyle at the Bidule Phorum. With a little practice, you too can play with live input as completely elastic audio.If you are still using bidule 0.6502 or earlier on Mac, download v.1.1, as v.1.2 will not work. If you download a version that does not allow you to scratch through the entire file, try the other version.|
|An audiofile scratcher and varispeed player [sort of like vinyl] controlled from a MIDI keyboard.New and improved version fixes the problem of no sound when the scratch value goes beyond the length of the audiofile as well as some more useful settings. If you are still using bidule 0.6502 or earlier on Mac, download v.1.3, as v.1.4 will not work. If you download a version that does not work, try the other version.|
Squid Scratcher (see above for newest version, this one is from back when I made this package of stuff) is an audiofile scratcher and varispeed player (sort of like vinyl) controlled from a MIDI keyboard. Mod Scratcher is a more basic version. Just put the groups in your Bidule groups folder and go. They have short documentation built into the gui - except the MadChord - for this one you must have Tobybear and Bram's 'MadShifta' VST plugin installed (get it at http://www.smartelectronix.com/~bram/ ). It is basically a realtime chord generator that I use with voice or my trumpet. You set each channel for the number of half-steps you want to form the chord. I believe it rounds down, because gui has decimal numbers and I can't get them to display as just integers. Just play around and see if you can get some cool sounds. It sounds like you got a whole brass or backup vocal section, except there's no counterpoint in the voicing - yet!
A simple stereo implementation of the Biquad Filter in which the frequency and Q/Bandwidth are controlled independently by MIDI controllers.