Tim Kemp has released version 1.1.0 of WOPR – his polyphonic, stereo virtual analog synthesizer with totally unique evolving modulation. The update adds support for CoreMIDI. Now you can use WOPR with a MIDI keyboard through the CCK or use MIDI over WiFi. The bug that some users were experiencing with long-interval synced delays and very low tempos has also been fixed.
WOPR is a seriously powerful analog, but what sets it apart is its modulation grid: you paint a pattern of cells into a grid, set the tempo, hit ‘run’ and let the cellular automata evolve your pattern. You link areas of the grid to any of the synth’s parameters and your patches come to life, rhythmically pulsating as the patterns shift with each beat. Constrain parameters to ranges for tight control over rhythmic modulation, or set them free to dynamically breed new patches.
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