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SpectroBits - Spectrogram synthesizer
SpectroBits interprete the image as a "Spectrogram", that means X-Axis as time, Y-Axis is frequency (but the MIDI note determine the base-note).

The black pixel is silent. The bright pixels means strong harmonics for that freq.
The "A4=440" (red) line means 440Hz if you play the note 'A4'.
"880" line is 880Hz if you play the note 'A4', and so on...

About colors, Red for L-ch and Green for R-ch. Blue is ignored.

The image can be edit by right upper "BITMAP EDIT" section. You can also import any images of ".bmp", ".png", ".jpg" and ".gif". Image size is fixed to 512x512. Any images are resized automaticaly to 512x512 if you import.

(2.1 Mb)


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Aug 08 2012
  5  / 5
awsome.....truly great
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Jul 29 2012
  Noize Boyz
  4  / 5
A fun way to get some now noises going! You could easilly lose hours here...
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Feb 21 2011
  synth addict
  5  / 5
This is awesome! This kept me busy for hours!
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