Argotlunar is a real-time delay-line granulator. It breaks up an incoming audio stream into short samples (Grains). Each grain can have random settings of amplitude, panning, duration, delay, pitch, glissando, filter and envelope. The output of all grains is mixed and sent to the main output. The main output can be fed back into the main input.
Most of the parameters can be correlated. Examples: Higher filter cutoff for grains with higher pitch, and vice versa. Grains with shorter duration can be panned to the center, and conversely the grains with longer duration can be panned wide in the stereo field.
- Time-related parameters can be synced to the host tempo.
- Pitch-related parameters can be quantized to various chords/scales.
- Up to three pairs of parameters can be correlated.
- Raised-cosine-bell, parabolic, and triangle grain envelopes, with adjustable shape.
- Transposition is spline-interpolated to reduce aliasing.
- 12dB state variable filter (HP/BP/LP/Notch).
- Comb filter.