Mosiac + Viz Bundle
Get both of our plugins for 50% off by buying them together!
The Mosaic + Viz Bundle download includes installers for both plugins:
- 32/64 bit VST, VST3, and AAX plugin formats for Windows 8 or later
- Universal Binary AU/VST/VST3/AAX formats for MacOS 10.10 or later.
Mosaic utilizes concatenative synthesis to play one sound with another sound. Import your audio into Mosaic, and visualize it as a sonic corpus, diced up and organized by various audio features. Then, use another audio input stream to playback the corpus. Mosaic will mimic the incoming stream by selecting and playing back audio from the corpus that most closely matches the input.
With endless exploration, Mosaic generates truly unique sonic effects. Use it to punctuate beats, texturize layers, and enrich the harmonic palette through adding and manipulating the sonic qualities generated from your audio corpus.
You can learn more about Mosaic here: Mosaic Product Page
Viz is a music visualization tool that performs in-depth audio analysis for graphics animation and creation. Viz is powerful, flexible, fast, and performable with features that suit the needs of the next generation media artist. We've designed a very compact and intuitive user interface that allows you to tightly control how the music impacts the visuals. You can easily monitor features of the music and tweak parameters on the fly, creating visuals that perfectly complement the soundscape.
You can learn more about Viz and download a demo version here: Viz Product Page
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- OSX 10.10 and above: VST/VST3/AU/AAX universal binary formats
- Windows 8 and above: 32/64 bit VST/VST3/AAX formats.
- Graphics card that supports OpenGL rendering
Purchasing a single license allows you to activate the software on up to three computers.
Options for online and offline activation are available, however online is recommended. After purchase you will receive an email with an installer link and license key. This key only needs to be entered the first time you run the software.