DSP Motion and DSP Action provide a very intuitive way to create sound effects, simply by drawing them with a mouse or a graphic tablet.
The new versions offer video playback synchronized with the drawing, making the workflow to design sounds to picture incredibly fast and easy. Select a type of motion or action, and simply draw a sound effect in sync with your movie or animation. While drawing, the trajectory and speed of your movements are evaluated to generate a sound effect that perfectly matches the action in your video. Tsugi's unique procedural audio engine offers many synthesis and control parameters, allowing for a nearly infinite sound palette and a flexibility which are impossible to achieve with fixed samples.
Pricing and Availability:
DSP Motion 1.3 and DSP Action 1.1 updates are free for current users. The full versions are available on Tsugi's web site for US $49 each (only for Windows OS at this time).
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