Algonaut – Atlas 2 v2.0.2 STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3 x64

audiostorrent.xyzAlgonaut-Atlas-2-What's new in Atlas 2.0 Atlas 2 is the result of over 2 years bringing to life the most popular feature requests, workflow enhancements, and original ideas. In particular the Drum Sequencer has been built from the start to be fast but flexible. The idea was to take the workflow-speed of traditional step-sequencers (like the much-loved FL-Studio one), but give it the extra flexibility of piano-roll editors when you need it. Get that idea down fast while it's fresh. then tweak in all the little flourishes that make a beat really come alive. The new Content Browser shines once you've got a few beats. Easily bring in patterns or sounds from other beats, remake and remix them, and build a library that sounds like you. Sometimes you want to just sit down and jump straight into trying song ideas and Atlas is now the fastest way to do that while maintaining your own style. At the start of 2020 I set a personal goal to create a beat every single day in Atlas 2 while it was being developed. Many of the beta testers did the same. The result was hundreds of major and minor improvements along the way. Sometimes a button was too hard to click, or a feature was not accessible enough, or even some feature that seemed like a good idea on paper was just bloat in reality. It all got tweaked, finessed, or fixed. Welcome to the next level of Atlas! Matt Weir - Product Design/Lead Developer

Developer: Algonaut Developer Site : Algonaut
Format: STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3
Bit :64bit Tablet : Cured (Put and Work) | RET
System Requirements: VST Compatible Host, Windows 7
Description: Smart Drum – a sampler machine that will change the usual way of using samples and creating bits.
All samples are organized in one place with destination maps based on style and character.
Find inspiration by creating drum sets using your own samples.
Speed up your workflow by dragging and dropping to any application.
MIDI Mapping:Find the perfect sample faster. Atlas can find and classify every drum sound on your computer and create a destination map that you can scroll and scale with all your nozzles in one place.
Instant Drama Film Creation:Find inspiration in randomization. One click and Atlas selects 8 samples. Lock or drag them individually. Change the sound settings using the combined controls.
Drag and drop:Drag samples from Atlas to your favorite sampler/sequencer for even more control. Atlas can be used as a replacement browser for your existing workflow.
MIDI Clip Set:Create inspiring drums in seconds by dragging and turning the included MIDI patterns from Atlas to your DAW and MIDI will trigger a set of drums. Press “New Kit” to instantly create drum loops.
Like \ Dislike: Themore you use Atlas, the more it recognizes you. Since samples may or may not like them, Atlas will learn the types of samples you prefer and will help you hone the sound.
Analyze your own samples:Analyze any of your own samples, regardless of their size. Create separate maps for genre, brand, style and organize your samples. Analysis occurs on-premises, not in the cloud.

What’s new in Atlas 2.0
Atlas 2 is the result of over 2 years bringing to life the most popular feature requests, workflow enhancements, and original ideas.

In particular the Drum Sequencer has been built from the start to be fast but flexible. The idea was to take the workflow-speed of traditional step-sequencers (like the much-loved FL-Studio one), but give it the extra flexibility of piano-roll editors when you need it. Get that idea down fast while it’s fresh. then tweak in all the little flourishes that make a beat really come alive.

The new Content Browser shines once you’ve got a few beats. Easily bring in patterns or sounds from other beats, remake and remix them, and build a library that sounds like you. Sometimes you want to just sit down and jump straight into trying song ideas and Atlas is now the fastest way to do that while maintaining your own style.

At the start of 2020 I set a personal goal to create a beat every single day in Atlas 2 while it was being developed. Many of the beta testers did the same. The result was hundreds of major and minor improvements along the way. Sometimes a button was too hard to click, or a feature was not accessible enough, or even some feature that seemed like a good idea on paper was just bloat in reality. It all got tweaked, finessed, or fixed.

Welcome to the next level of Atlas!
Matt Weir – Product Design/Lead Developer

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