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GGrain 1.0

GGrain is a granular resynthesis effect.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 5, 2013
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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GGrain is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Graham Yeadon. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for GGrain:

Edit By BS Editor: GGrain is a granular resynthesis effect. It randomly takes short snippets (or "Grains") from the incoming audio, modifies them, and then reassembles them.

Despite the random element of the process, the resulting sound retains much of the character of the original material.

GGrain is one of the more experimental GVST effects. It can require high levels of CPU power and is usually best used off-line.
You can create especially interesting vocal effects using GGrain. There are a couple of useful presets to get you started.

The GUI features eight knobs and a switch to control all of GGrain's parameters. All of the controls are labelled appropriately.

Grains: This controls the maximum number of grains processed by GGrain at any instant. Using a small number of grains results in a Sparse, grainy sound. Using more grains gives a fuller, denser sound. This parameter also has a direct effect on CPU usage, with more grains requiring more processing power.

Size and SizeVar: The "Size" parameter controls the base length of each grain taken from the input. The "SizeVar" parameter allows the grain length to vary randomly for each grain. When GGrain takes a grain from the input, its length will be a randomly chosen value between "Size" Minus "SizeVar" and "Size" plus "SizeVar".

Pitch and PitchVar: The "Pitch" parameter actually controls the Playback speed of a grain, which consequently affects its pitch. A grain's pitch can be shifted by up to an octave up or down. The "PitchVar" parameter allows the pitch-shift to vary randomly for each grain. When GGrain plays back a grain, its pitch will be shifted by a randomly chosen amount between "Pitch" minus "PitchVar" and "Pitch" plus "PitchVar".

Gain and GainVar: The "Gain" parameter controls the playback volume of a grain. The "GainVar" parameter allows the gain to vary randomly for each grain. When GGrain plays back a grain, its volume will be adjusted by an amount between "Gain" minus
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