SoundPool Product Info
Listen to the Audio Demo on KEYS CD 1/98, Track 30!
Seamlessly looped sounds and freshly recycled drum loops without
nightwork and headaches: with Zero-X Digital Sound Design Software
SoundPool presents a tool with fantastic new functions for sample
editing. Zero-X runs on all Atari computers, but performs best on the
Falcon 030 with SCSI sample transfer, DSP signal processor and the
build in sound subsystem.
Some people claim their sampler has an auto loop, usually the auto
loop is very limited but more often there is no auto loop at all.
Zero-X offers intelligent auto loop with a fast auto search function
that checks every single byte to see were the most optimum loop pair
To speed up the boring process of cutting out different samples from
a long sample or cutting of the noise in the beginning of the sample
you should try out the Zero-X smart cut and digital noisgate
functions. With the mix function you can create new sounds from
different samples. Set your crossfade marker directly in the sample
and the visual Xfade function shows you what exactly happens.
Optimize your samples with the optimize function very fast and point
out the highest position with 'get peak'.
Splits up your drum loop into its individual transients
automatically. You have the option to add, move and even delete the
split markers afterwards.
Send all drums created by the split drums function back to the
sampler, check the tempo and create a standard MIDI file of the split
drum positions. Now you can exchange certain drum sounds, change the
tempo without time-streching or even quantize the live played drums
to a new groove.
- Sends and receives samples via SCSI (Falcon/TT and ST with Link hostadapter) and MIDI
- Converts sound files of any size and format
- The build in software sample rate converter performs fast and with high
- Item code: Zero-X, 600-01
- Distributor: SoundPool GmbH, Postbox 1112, D-74373, Zaberfeld/Germany
- Phone: +49-7046-90215
- Fax/BBS: +49-7046-90315
- eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Internet: http://www.soundpool.de
- Last updated: 27.03.1997