Soundart announced the first full release of the dance music module software, Fahrenheit, for the Chameleon platform, a fully reprogrammable DSP-based rack unit.
The final release of Fahrenheit includes a multitude of routing options and new production features, such as a freely assignable resonant KeyFilter and audio input to the mixer section. Other highlights include: emulation of Roland’s dance music production tools, the TR909 and TR808 drum machines and two TB303 bass synths, with all parameters; every sound (including the individual drums) can be processed independently through the mixer section; the mixer section has 26 channels, one for every sound source, with two FX inserts, two FX auxiliaries, and stereo panning and volume; and totally flexible mixing and routing options to filter, distort and compress individual sounds of any combination of sounds, as well as Reverb FX and three delays.
Mixer inserts feature four compressor and four distortion units, as well as a global resonant KeyFilter for sonic sculpting. Users can trigger the KeyFilter envelope from a MIDI keyboard, while mapping frequency across the octaves. Users can input any line-level audio into the Fahrenheit mixer to route alongside the internal sounds.
Fahrenheit is available now as a free download for Chameleon users on Soundart’s Website, www.soundart-hot.com/english/users1_4.htm.