by Rob McDiarmid
3.8 / 5     (6 votes)
Win32 Win64
MIDI Shape Shifter is a powerfull MIDI plugin for mapping, generating and transforming MIDI data.

Its simple and flexible interface is capable of satisfying a wide range of MIDI needs. For example, MIDI Shape Shifter could be used to:
  • Apply a velocity curve.
  • Generate an LFO.
  • Create mappings between ranges of MIDI data.
  • Filter out specified MIDI data.
  • Apply midi compression or gate effects.
  • Automatically harmonize notes.
  • Create split/dual keyboard.
  • Transpose.
  • Control multiple parameters with a single knob.
  • etc.
Shanty Suffisance Jun 08 2020
Jun 08 2020
is it possible to mute / boost a midi-stream when sustain-pedal is pressed / released?
Mauro Aug 02 2019
(3 / 5)
Aug 02 2019
Hi, is interesting tool but not found tutorial for function "Automatically harmonize notes."
Perfect! Apr 07 2019
(5 / 5)
Apr 07 2019
The definitive plugin for MIDI data morphing, from complex mapping to generation, and even better: for free!
Gink Fandango Jan 18 2019
(5 / 5)
Jan 18 2019
Gawd I wish there was a manual or a proper tutorial video series on this. It seems brilliant but it`s made for people way smarter/better educated than me I guess :( I can only do what he does in this video, or variations of it. I`ll give it five stars anyways, I think the guy deserves it.
Arseniy Sept 09 2017
(5 / 5)
Sept 09 2017
This tool is amzing. But it's too complex. And has no good instructions. He helped me to create a special script for it. I would not ever understand how to create it. Because he does not explain anywhere how his formulas works.
Anonymous Jan 12 2016
Jan 12 2016
I recogniced a delay, too. But only, if a note-translation or velocity filter is active.
Seahlieh Nov 18 2015
Nov 18 2015
Awesome tutorial. I'm looking forward to using this plugin. Thanks a million!!!
ed lamb Dec 05 2013
Dec 05 2013
Is there a note delay function. Whereby the note starts 1/4 note later for instance than the midi key is depressed. This would be used for 4 synth voices on different midi channels, each one delayed and pitchshifted by a fifth for example.