When synchronised to tempo this plugin takes the incoming audio and re-arranges it in a musicaly sensible way. Think of it as a realtime ReCyCle with fun options.
A bit hard to explain how exactly it works, just give it a spin!


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So you got some free drum samples lying around in your harddrive? Great, so use them! *looks in trash*
You still want a funky drum tune, a drum loop or even a drum trigger?
*happily finds exactly what he’s looking for:*
Ah, what the hell. OK – you want a Melodic drum beat, a subtle hi hat, some kind of funky toms and some cymbals?
*closes the deep garbage*
You want some cool handclaps and rimshots, some cool hi hat arpeggios or just some cool continuous rolls?
*looks in music folder for some inspiration*
No luck? Here’s a simple solution: Drop some Drum track(s) into this $7 Autotrigger.
Simply add your own sounds and turn the magic on!
This is a seriously powerful tool if you need to stream a specific rhythm to a performance or even a non-music application.
You can sync the autotrigger to a MIDI In/Out/Instrument in your application and work with cool modulation possibilities.
It’s as easy as that and won’t cost you a dime. A really intuitive piece of software. Or a music software if you are a musician.


There are a couple of ways to accomplish this. You can use the Measure values of the clip. The measure is the key to everything. For instance, 1/4 is actually 64 bpm. I use ffmetric. This will show you a graphical representation of the beat. From there you can apply it to your clip.


This is really simply accomplished by creating your own drum track in your software. If you record a drum, you can chop it up in whatever way you want. One thing I recommend to make sure the timing and rhythm is right is to send a MIDI input to the track which can be reprogrammed easily (by snapping a clip to another one in your MIDI track). By hitting an internal button you can easily create new drum tracks.


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I am doing a small game for fun with just a few markers. Now, I want to save the current state of the

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Ultra-simple, easy to use time-shifting audio plugins.
SupaTrigga Workflow:
Select a track from your virtual instrument set and give the audio track tempo. Now select the “Convert” button.
Now you have a mini-DAW where you can build the loop, trim the sample and finally tweak the fades.
Now you can sync to your drum-machine, start making beats and start programming your next track.
But you can also export your song to a WAV file, since I’ve added a export button to SupaTrigga.
VST2 plugin in a nutshell:
SupaTrigga is a simple VST audio effects plugin.
Installation and usage:
Put the file in your plugin folder and install it.
Make sure you remove the existing “SupaTrigga” folder inside the plugin folder if it exists first!
tested on Windows 10.
Scale this plug-in is designed to work on a range of different tempos. So if you want it to sync from 96bpm to 120bpm, just select the desired scaling ratio. In the GUI you’ll see 96BPM and 120BPM.
By default my plugin is set to sync from 96bpm to 120bpm.
Sampling Rate:
This is the sampling rate of the audio you want to sync to.
Audio Sample Rate:
Insert your desired audio sampling rate in Hz.
Select the output downmix you want to get. This will downmix from 5.1 to stereo.
Voice Mode:
Use the voice mode which gives a good stereo width. Try 16 or 32 for a stereo feel.
Click here to download the plugin now or read more about the plugin.

Creole Instrument is a multi-effect processing and mixing plug-in for all “modern” DAWs.
Creole Instrument consists of a powerful algorithmic section and up to 12 real world effects for each sidechain and bypass. What is most unique about Creole is that it is…

3 Audio ReCycle is a voice-synthesizer for Windows. You can make your own voice by playing and saving it over and over again. You can call it from other programs, with parameter modification, crossfade, send to multiple destinations,…

When synchronised to tempo this plugin 


It is like a music player on steroids. But not as bloated or as ugly.
It syncs to NTP and thus it can be used to correct the clock on your
computer and/or sync all of your audio players via the network to
the same time.
If you are too lazy, you can re-arrange audio in real-time,
replaying the audio until it sounds right. This is great for when
you’re adjusting the audio mix in ProTools, adjusting the lead
in/lead out points for a performance or syncing the audio and
instrument tracks on your DAW to a master track.
How it works:
The main focus of SupaTrigga is to sync any audio source to another. This could be:
– a networked Audio Player
– the computer running your DAW
– a remote server that you keep online all the time
– or anything you just know where the audio is
Here are the controls:
* Re-arrange button in the menu
* Sync button on the main window
* Audio channel changer widget in the toolbar
The system is quite diverse. You can use any AudioPlayer you like. If the audio format is supported, you can sync to it. You can even sync to a remote server and get the audio from it. If you have an audio source on your computer and want to re-arrange it to fit in with the other audio sources, that’s perfectly possible as well. All of this is done in real-time, so things like adjusting the lead ins and outs of a performance track or changing the audio volume during a recording, really produce a seamless sync.
So why not just use your audio player of choice? Well…just because it’s the best one, or the one that you have come to trust when it comes to syncing and re-arranging audio, doesn’t mean that it’s the best choice for everything. As a matter of fact it probably isn’t. A properly configured networked audio player has a ton of settings that you just don’t need with this application. In particular it will completely skip all of the many benefits of using a reliable remote server over your computer’s network. So try it out and see for yourself!
– The SupaTrigga system requires a Network audio Player (Note that this may mean that you can’t

What’s New In SupaTrigga?

Synchronised trigger sounds
Lets you process your audio and get synced to BPM.
Have a submix named Sync? Click it to sync directly to BPM.
Easily edit In/Out trends or the tempo at which synced.
Have total flexibility with triggering.
Just browse your music.
When you click on an entry it’s selected and synced.
You can click an entry again to select it out again.
Set it to automatic and set it to the first entry in your playlist.
You can easily set criteria for syncing.
When it syncs to a playlist entry you’re selected and can now play the next entry.
You can define a loop mode.
Just set the steps you want it to loop through.
You can also specify loops for each entry in your playlist.
Auto adjust duration.
Sync back to the playlist.

Seamless (0.3.4) Description:
Seamless is a standalone plugin for seamless loops.
A plugin, that can be integrated into your project to add seamless loops, giving you new features and possibilities.
– Works for any audio input
– Works in stereo or mono
– Works with your files
– Very easy to setup
– Set up online
– Easily sync with your other plugins
– Use as a plugin or a standalone (How many use standalone?)
– Sync to tempo
– Can be set to loop seamlessly
– Can be locked in a position
– Can be set to Auto-lock when in fade-out/fade-in
– Click on 1-4 switch loops.
– Click on 5+ switch to no loop
– Set duration
– Set step (1,3,5,10)
– Set position (1-4)
– Set velocity (slow, medium, fast)
– Set mute when triggered
– Options: loop direction
– Options: time period
– Options: time relative
– Options: loop type
– Delay
– Master volume
– Volume modulation
– Volume up
– Volume down
– Volume up & down
– Tremolo
– Help



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System Requirements:

Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32 or 64 bit)
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32 or 64 bit) Processor: Intel Core i3, i5, i7, or AMD equivalent
Intel Core i3, i5, i7, or AMD equivalent Memory: 4 GB RAM
4 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 460 / AMD HD 7870 (1GB VRAM)
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