Modular Programmable Mixer For iOS

Numerical Audio releases MM-1 Mute Master      30/04/20

Numerical Audio has released MM-1 - Mute Master a programmable mixer plugin for iOS. Here's the details in their own words...

MM-1 is a unique effect plugin designed to create automated or generative arrangements by automatically mixing multiple tracks inside a DAW.

When placed on multiple tracks, individual instances work together using a shared state system allowing the plugin to mute or fade any track it's placed on.

Mute Patterns are used to select which tracks are being muted and can either be selected manually or cycled in various ways using different sources including a built-in trigger sequencer, chance and divider modules as well as keyboard input.

In addition, mutes can either be applied instantly to create tight rhythmic changes or faded gradually by a variable amount ranging from a few milliseconds to a full 5 seconds allowing for smooth pattern changes.  

The plugin supports a total of 8 mute patterns and is capable of working with up to 6 individual tracks at a time.

- Programmable, Modular style Mixer
- Hard Muting or Smooth Fading
- Up to 8 Mute Patterns
- Up to 6 Channels
- Built-in Trigger Sequencer
- Built-in Trigger Divider & Chance Module

- AUv3

- iOS11+
- iPad 4th generation or newer

Pricing and Availability:

MM-1 for iPad is available on the Apple AppStore at a discounted intro price of $4.99 (regular price: $7.99)

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