But it's really a synth: the sound of three oscillators is triggered and shaped by the audio input in many ways.
How triggering works in Groove Analogizer:
(*Percussive means: with fast attack time and fast or moderate decay/release time)
For each of the three generators you can choose left, right or left+right input, input can be both mono or stereo, then a band pass filter allows you to select (coarse and fine) which frequency range of the audio source will be used for triggering, this way you can separate hi, mid and low tones in the audio input, allowing you to isolate different trigger patterns from the same complex audio source (e.g. you can input a full drums loop and select snare for trigger 1, bass drum for trigger 2 and hihat for trigger 3).
Groove Analogizer also features Pre-Listening (PL button), so that you can monitor which part of the source is selected as trigger.
Another control at the input named Sensitivity allows to fine select the loudest triggers filtered by the band pass. So that you may include ghost notes or avoid them.
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Sound Controls For each generator:
Bending: positive or negative pitch envelope amount
Offset : pitch base
Timbre: from pure tone to noise, with FM option. New: overtone mode
output Controls For each generator:
Pan: stereo image
Volume: output level
Smooth: slope time for all envelopes
Delay effect controls
Dry: output of the trigger (source audio)
Master : output level of all three generators
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