GUidMachine v4.0.6
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Last Updated: 2007-01-12
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Software Description

The Guid Machine is a Step Sequencer combined with a sample player. The Step sequencer has 4 X 16 steps while the sample player can load 4 samples simultanuously. Nothing new so far, but what makes the GUId Machine special are a few unique features.

First of all you can easily shift any of the sequences up and down by any number of steps and you can decide the length of each raw. But even this is not news. What is special about it is that you can
randomize this modifications and so the beat will never be constant if you want.
The velocities can be randomized too so the accents will also change
during time and make the loops more interesting.

But the most unique feature is that the 4 sequences can play at 4 different BPMs!
The Sample Player section is a pretty straight forward 4 voices sample player with a good envelope section and the possiblitly to change the pitch , the length , the start point all on the fly.
It also features a 4 tap delay section, a master Vst insert and obviously the possiblity to record audio files of what you are doing.

New in this version:

  • Better Layout
  • Quickly load samples from a menu of a selected sound library (AIFF)
  • More shortcuts and midi control change remore controls.
  • Surround panning
  • Load VST plugins direcly from the ones installed on your machine.
  • Randomize Delay function
  • Smooth Muting for every channel
  • Beat Division feature
  • Every sequencer can go at any speed
  • Better MIDI OUT section
  • Midi Clock SYNC
  • Possibily to record every channel and the delay separately
  • Much easier to use

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Works Intuitively Well

I just downloaded this and it worked well, and was very easy, with a little experimentation, to manipulate and figure out. I got some cool sounds, and although I don't have a lot of time at the moment, I look forward to reading the manual and creating some background sequences on which to build music tracks.

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