TinMan is an auto-peaking resonant filter with multiple pitch detection and individually triggered attack/decay envelopes. In other words, it listens to your audio and makes matching spooky wooo-eeee-oooo effects.
TinMan uses a new polyphonic pitch detection algorithm to isolate and rank the strongest pitches in the input audio. For each detected pitch, a separate resonant filter, or resonator, is peak-matched to that exact pitch (even if it’s off-key), and an attack envelope is triggered. If a pitch slides, the resonator’s resonant peak will continue to track it. If a pitch ends, the resonator will release until fully quiet.
At light settings, TinMan works on just about any dull audio part to add some life and interest.
|Jelly Baby by White Tie|
|What’s That in the Fog by Dimitar Nalbantov|
|Hominem Stannum by monsterconsoledaddy|
|Tin Man Alley by monsterconsoledaddy|
Tin Man Alley demonstrates use of Tin Man on lighter settings.
An evaluation copy of TinMan may be downloaded for free. The evaluation copy becomes legitimate when you purchase either of the two license options.
Updated 7 Sep 10 2008: v1.00.00 (initial release).
Download PDF manual (included in installer).
|Deutsches Handbuch Download|
|Manual De Usuario|
|Schwa TinMan (All hosts, commercial use license) $50.00|
|Schwa TinMan (Reaper-only, personal use license) $25.00|
*Note: TinMan makes extensive use of the SSE2 processor instruction set for maximum CPU efficiency. Older CPUs (notably the pre-64 Athlon XP series) that do not support SSE2 will not recognize it as a loadable plugin. A less optimized build that will run on older machines can be downloaded here. There is no difference in usage or licensing terms.