Paul Stretch Ableton Rack and Tutorial

December 8, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Paul Stretch is a great piece of software that allows you to stretch audio to absurdly long lengths. Follow AfroDJMac as he shows you some practical applications for this and provides you with three free Ableton Live Instruments to play around with!

Check out the full article and walkthrough over at: http://bit.ly/t0oeO7

New York-based producer, songwriter, guitarist, and live electronic musician AfroDJMac visits SonicScoop regularly to share his discoveries about in-the-box electronic music making. His focus is on creating instruments and effects with character and practicality for the live electronic musician. Be sure to check out the free Ableton Live Device Rack he posts every week.

The simple interface of Paul Stretch holds complex potential for sound design and effects.

Paul Stretch is a free application for Mac and Windows that allows you to do some serious stretching of your audio. Now, I’m not talking about the kind of small stretching you might do when matching two songs to the same BPM, I’m talking EXTREME.

Ever wanted to hear what a song might sound like stretched 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 times (10^18)? Then Paul Stretch is for you. This software is capable of taking a 3-minute song and making it last well over five millennia! I seriously doubt any of us will be taking a road trip that would require a soundtrack of that magnitude, but it does open up some nice sound design possibilities.

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