by Tweakbench
3.5 / 5     (10 votes)
Minerva is a granular generator for greating percussive sounds.

There are 80 source wavelets for each channel. each channel has a separate granular processor with pitch, size and rate paramters as well as random adjustors. finally a nice bitcrush rounds each channel off.
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mnrv-ovrf-year-c Jul 26 2022
Jul 26 2022
This is the name of my online girlfriend ROFLMAO. Avoid this developer's plug-ins. The best one IMHO was Ritual which has usable patches and could do kewl jazz-like bass slides by automating the delay carefully. Grumblebum and Mashup were just offensively useless. A few like Papaya and Tapeworm were OK but it's path well-treaded. This one, well... I did use it in one of my songs but it was going to be it because it just sounds horrible, even for glitchtronica. A muso has to be mentally unstable if he/she cannot replicate this kind of sound and *needs* a plug-in for it... and even sicker on the mind wanting to do it on the latest running MacOS.
Vospi Oct 22 2018
Oct 22 2018
Sounded awesome on paper, but in reality it's comes off as a bunch of crackles that are not hugely different in terms of freq content, so not much to manipulate at the end of the day. Still not writing it off completely, but unistalled it. Thanks for hosting it.
ArnoSoft Jan 17 2014
Jan 17 2014
does not work with REAPER... :-(
BONGO Mar 31 2012
(0 / 5)
Mar 31 2012
not even worth downloading
alpha May 01 2011
(4 / 5)
May 01 2011
cool beans rocking time
interfacemachine May 02 2009
(5 / 5)
May 02 2009
It's an amazing tool ! The developper is a real talentive man/woman...