Realtime polyphonic pitch-tracking resonators
Choose from 1 to 4 simultaneous resonators to be triggered
Unlimited decaying resonators
Try it on ..anything. Everything. Do it now
Universally hailed as ‘je ne sais quoi’ in a virtual box. Deploy whenever you run out of ideas…
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.
At light settings, TinMan works on just about any dull audio part to add some life and interest.
Tinman uses a new polyphonic pitch detection algorithm to isolate and rank the strongest pitches in the audio input.
For each pitch that is above the threshold and between the ‘low’ and ‘high’ frequency settings, a separate resonant filter, or resonator, is peak matched to that exact pitch (even if its 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.