So this is just gossip picked up from the SunVox forum and could be a long time coming but
Mr Nightradio have said that it is in the plans.
That SunVox would become a VST would certainly be cool and to have Autotune module inside of SunVox would be great as well!
Do not know how many people are aware that there is a debate regarding tuning but there is a lot of arguments that says that to tune to 432hz is more harmonic. This not only musically but also said to harmonize your astral body and/or mental health.Have even seen videos claiming that Nazi germany decided on 440hz as the official frequency for tuning to disrupt us mentally and make us more prone to fear and anger.
Whatever your view is this video shows how easy it is to tune SunVox instruments to different frequencies. Remember that it is also possible to save the instruments for future use of course.
Also if you have nothing to do there is a big rabbit hole to go into through the internet regarding the subject...
For me one of the more fascinating methods of sound generation and composition (even though not knowing very well how to program such sounds) must be the fairly recent Byte Beat one.
There is two good apps for Android and it is incorporated as a module in Caustic but it seems that not too far into the future it will be available in SunVox as well!
This is from the SunVox forum and it is Mr Nightradio the developer responding-
I feel it goes hand in hand with SunVox. To bake something like this into it and take advantage of its modular madness.
So this became possible with the last SunVox update. It is not part of SunVox and you have to go through some steps. I finally asked the other day on the forum and here is the answer:
Download PixiScope http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixiscope/pixiscope1.0.zip
Download Pixilang http://warmplace.ru/soft/pixilang/pixilang3.6.zip
Launch Pixilang -> go to the PixiScope directory -> open some example (image_to_wav may be).
image_to_wav tool will convert the file images/cat.jpg (picture) to the pixel_gfx.wav (audio).
If you want to change the parameters - open image_to_wav in any text editor and just change it.
Now you will find the WAV file (converted from the image) in the same folder with PixiScope.
Load pixel_gfx.wav as the module (Sampler module will be created).
Go to the module properties -> Visualizer -> set Oscilloscope to the XY.
That's it. Now just play this module and you will see the original image.
Will take some time this week to try it out as it does not seem to be too hard even for me!
I know that a lot of people that really want to have the possibility to see different time signatures and here it is in the new version of SunVox as can be seen in the video.
A lot of new goodness!
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