Morph a Kick Into a Snare With Authentic Expression Technology
The core of AET is an FFT filter with a very high resolution, which is able to “imprint” frequency responses of almost any complexity on your signal. These frequency responses are derived from other samples in your Instrument via spectral analysis. For instance, the currently playing velocity layer could be filtered with the spectral information of the layer just above it to sonically shift it closer to the latter. And by dynamically varying the amount of processing with the help of a modulation source, you can thereby pass through any number of intermediate stages between two samples, thus “morphing” between them in real-time.
The process is not limited to dynamic layers, either: You can morph between different playing techniques of an instrument or even between different signals.
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