We are very happy to release BLEASS SampleWiz 2, a brand new Synthesizer for iOS, together with Jordan Rudess!
BLEASS SampleWiz 2 is iPhone & iPad compatible, and is now available on the AppStore at an intro price ($9,99 instead of $19,99 until January 5, 2022).
BLEASS SampleWiz 2 will also be available for Desktop later in 2022!
Available from October 20 Intro price: over 45% off (till November 1st.) Windows & Mac: 15€ / $19, iOS: 5,49€ / $4,99 (Normal price: Windows & Mac: 29€ / 35$ , iOS: 9,99€ / $8,99)
BLEASS Dragonfly is a completely new approach to tremolo effect which brings new sonic possibilities to all music producers. Make your synths, voices or any melody “vibrate” in correspondence with its own frequencies, or with external basses and leads!
Just like in Billie Eilish’s song “Xanny”, Dragonfly helps you achieve the same effect as when the voice gets modulated by a heavy bass.
BLEASS Dragonfly automatically syncs the tremolo effect applied on a track using various triggers: First, you can use the pitch tracking module on either the input audio track (“self mode”) or a sidechained audio track (“sidechain mode”). You also can use the midi input to trigger Dragonfly with accuracy: the tremolo will automatically sync with the notes’ frequencies. Finally, a manual mode allows you to set a fixed frequency. Then you can finetune your settings by adjusting the fine, factor, smoothness, stereo, attack & release. The “Wild” mode applies a waveshaper to the signal to produce a subtle saturation. The final tremolo effect rate is mirrored by the flapping wings of the Dragonfly.
Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between a Phaser and a Flanger effect?
For both effects, the audio input is split into two duplicated signals:
In the Phaser, one of the the signals is processed through all-pass filters to introduce peaks and notches into an audio signal’s frequency spectrum.
Both signals then cancel each other out and the phase shift is controlled by an LFO, which produces this typical sweeping effect.
For the Flanger however, one of the signals is slightly delayed and then added back to the original signal.
When the delay time of the delayed signal changes (using again a LFO that speeds up and slow downs the signal cyclically), you get that typical “wet” sweeping effect.
By the way, the Flanger effect is very close to a Chorus effect: the only difference is that the Flanger has a delay time below 13 miliseconds whereas the Chorus effect generally has a delay time of 20 miliseconds and above.
So if you wanna know more, download the BLEASS Flanger, Phaser, or even Chorus to experience it for yourself!