The Polish Elephant Studio created these two promotion videos for audio software.
I made these animations about d16.pl, a company that produces plugins for musicians. These are teasers showing the visual side of the product. In Tekutorn it is very important to match flashing lights to music (VU meters). All done in BLender 2.77, 2.78 Cycles.
PunchBox - Bass Drum Synthesizer
PunchBOX is a virtual instrument designed for creating high-quality kick drum sounds including vast and exquisite factory content delivered by industry-standard sound designers Sounds of Revolution and CFA-Sound.
Tekturon - Multitap Sequenced Delay
Tekturon is a multitap-delay effect with 16 independent, high-quality delay lines. Tekuron can't be thought of as a tap-delay effect in the strictest sense, but more of a sequence of taps equally delayed from each other, whereby working with the plugin strongly resembles using a step sequencer.
Very cool work. Great texturing and some clever ideas for showing the product features.
Wow , we really have gone full circle! In the mid 1920s 19" rackmount was invented. That was used to house analog electronics. Later, those 19" units held what were effectively computers, e.g. digital samplers and audio generators. Then desktop computers became powerful enough to fake the electronics inside those units in real time, using software, so to make it accessible the software has fake knobby 'control panels' to make it look like old rackmount. Now, approaching the year 2020, we have somebody making the 2D plugin interface look like it's a lump of real 19" rackmount - a fake of a fake of a fake if you will! Lovely images BTW - they made me go back to the d16 site to see if they had any free plugins on offer, so the work has definitely been worthwhile ;-)
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