June 18, 2021
64 bit soundhack max/msp beta externals released
April 29, 2021
Big Sur compatibility
July 26, 2020
SoundHack source code on github
December 27, 2019
November 13, 2019
new ++binaural, ++spectralgate & ++phasemash
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The max/msp externals have been updated for the latest 64 bit max/msp. Download from the freeware page.
All SoundHack plugins have been updated to be compatible with Big Sur. Updates are available to registered users in your www.soundhack.com account. I am currently working on M1 updates.
The source for SoundHack 0.896 is now on github. It is based on the OS X CarbonLib API, so it can no longer be compiled on current computers, but I uploaded it in case anyone might benefit: https://github.com/tomerbe/SoundHack
++spiralstretch has been updated for macOS and Windows to fix an incompatibility with Izotope RX Audio Editor. It is now compatible. No other changes have been made.
I have just released version 2.12 of ++binaural, ++spectralgate and ++phasemash. Several bug fixes including a startup crash that affected certain macOS users (windows users only need the new ++phasemash), and the ++phasemash bandshift control now works correctly. Registered users … Continue reading
++pitchsift and ++pvocloop have been updated to correct a bug which caused problems when loading the plugins in Ableton Live. ++pvocloop has also been updated to add glissando to the pitch control while being modulated. thanks to AB for reporting … Continue reading
version 9.12 of the free soundhack delay kit is now available for macOS and Windows. the bundle contains: ++flipper, for synchronized reverse delay; ++bubbler – an extremely flexible and MIDI playable granular delay; ++pitchdelay for old school multitap delay-based pitch-shifting; … Continue reading
as there is no projector – i’m posting the slides here: makenoise presentation
soundhack pvoc kit 2.11 is ready for macintosh in VST, AU and AAX; and windows in VST versions. download from the pvoc kit page. the bundle is priced at $85. the plugins have been given new names (a ‘+’ is added) … Continue reading