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ReCycle from Propellerhead Software is an audio tool for manipulating rhythmic loops or any material that has a distinctive and repeating pulse. The software analyzes the loop and then cuts up the individual events into slices according to the user's preference as to how big or small the slices should be. Basically ReCycle is great a tool for quickly editing sampled parts, chopping up riffs, remixing, and doing mash ups.
Once the sampled material has been analyzed, it's possible to alter the tempo, or replace sounds and process them individually. Additionally, none of the processing sounds unnatural because rather than stretching individual samples in a loop to make it slower, the software changes the space between the events without introducing any choppiness.
Slices can be moved, auditioned or deleted, using on-screen tools and controls. Other tools allow for setting the length, attack and decay of the slices. Slicing a loop also provides individual control over both the sound of the slices and the timing. Rearrange the loop, change the feel of it, replace parts of the loop with other samples, pitch it, and much more.
Signal processing includes compression, EQ, and a Transient Designer for imparting some punch and distinction, all of which can be applied to the loop non-destructively, and saved as a new file. The resulting REX files can be imported into any music software that supports the format, which basically includes all the major music software titles.
Note: This product is an educational discounted version available to qualified, accredited academic institutions only (not for individual teachers or students). Proof of current educational status is required.
Groove problem solving and cleaning software
Silence and move individual hits, and change volume and panning of slices in a mix
Replace individual slices with custom samples
Create new variations and fills out of the single custom built phrase
Use envelope, transient shaper and EQ to energize a loop
Automatically isolate and extract individual sounds from long samples
Use the feel of the groove to quantize other MIDI recordings
Intel processor (or better) OS X 10.5 or later 512 MB RAM or more 800 x 600 display resolution (or better)
300 MHz or faster Pentium compatible processor Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (or later) 512 MB RAM or more 800 x 600 display resolution (or better) 16-bit Windows compatible audio card, preferably with ASIO or DirectX driver
File Format Import
REX2 AIFF WAV Sound Designer II (Mac only)
File Format Export
Standard MIDI File AIFF Sound Designer II WAV Mixman track file SampleCell Instrument File SoundFont File AKAI .akp Program File