Tim Exile Releases SLOR

Shed Load Of Resonators      13/10/17
    MP4 13:4 mins    

In a recent visit to Sonic Towers, Tim Exile got together with Gaz Williams to show us what he's got. In two previous videos, we looked at the legendary Flow Machine, and also SLOO (Shed Load Of Oscillators).

As today is the day that SLOR (Shed Load of Resonators) is released, we can share with you the film they shot.

Using the SWARM approach that Tim used with SLOO, here the Reaktor based instrument  (you can use Reaktor player) uses infinite resonators, to create unique and mad (or not) resonator based sounds that can react to any audio signals and create polyphonic resonator textures. Blurring the lines between synthesis and effects.

We also get an insight into his Project Rockpool - a sort of future music technology think tank Tim is involved in.

Available now via Tim's online store at TimExile.com priced at £49.

Requirements:

  • MacOS 10.10 onwards, Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
  • Windows 7, 8, 9 and 10, Intel Core 2 Duo/AMD Athlon 64 X2 or higher
  • Installation of Native Instruments Reaktor Player 6.2

 

 

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