Anemond presents Sloom - Extreme Timestretcher

US PaulStretch for the 2020s?      20/06/24

If you've ever wondered where the 800% slower versions of Justin Bieber and Aphex Twin have come from - it's a program called PaulStretch, and another called XtremePaulStretch, These allow for ridiculous timestretching of an audio file up to a (I'm not even kidding) BILLION YEARS, if you so desire. We'll here is a pretender to the throne, Sloom - an Extreme Timestretcher.

Sloom is an extreme timestretcher that turns any sound into a lush soundscape. By radically slowing down playback, sounds are transformed into smooth, malleable matter that can be expressively modified with a unique spectral shaping module. Working both on audio files and on live input, Sloom lets you easily create rich textures for ambient tracks, sound design, art installations... They can span hours, days or much longer...  How far can you go?

 

More on the product page: https://anemond.net/sloom/

A reinvented and FREE version of PaulXStretch: https://sonosaurus.com/paulxstretch/



About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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