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jovan
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noatikl & Bidule

Postby jovan » Sat Dec 22, 2007 1:26 am

Do you know noatikl?
noatikl is a generative (MIDI) music engine. It creates musical information in the form of MIDI notes, and can also generate and send MIDI controller information to control settings of your favourite synths, FX units and samplers.

There are variants available for both Win and Mac OS X, including plugin versions for e.g. Logic (AU), Sonar (VSTi, DXi MIDI Effects), Cubase (VSTi, MIDI Effects), Ableton Live! (VSTi), Reaper (VSTi), Plogue (VSTi) etc. as well as a standalone version.

For more information please goto
http://intermorphic.com

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http://www.v4m.net/music/noatikl/bidule_noatikl.JPG

1. Start Bidule host application
2. add bidule noatikl VSTi
3. add bidule "Sync Transport"
4. link the parameter "Sync Transport" to noatikl.
6. add a MIDI Splitter, connect noatikl with the splitter
5. add 3 voices in noatikl
6. add 3 VSTi Instruments in Bidule and connect it to the first 3 channels of the splitter
7. chain the VST outputs of the VSTs (in my case z3ta+, which come along with SONAR STUDIO EDITION) to the mixer.
8. press "play" in the "Sync Transport" modul - and noatikl generates 3 voices.
9. add the device "recorder" and record your composition to a WAV file.

Here comes the result:

http://www.v4m.net/music/noatikl/first_bidule_z3ta.mp3

It is very easy to create (compose) music with the advanced music generation tool noatikl.
The whole work was done for me in one hour.

Have fun

:-) Jovan
the man with the blue guitar

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Re: noatikl & Bidule

Postby blurk » Sun Dec 23, 2007 6:57 am

jovan wrote:Do you know noatikl?

I hadn't heard of it but am interested in this sort of stuff. So I went to the web site and had a look. And saw the prices and stopped looking. It's not that I'm unwilling to spend money on audio software. But compared to the early bird price of Bidule, for a similar amount you only get the version of noatikl that is for non-commercial use only, and only a single platform.

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Re: noatikl & Bidule

Postby jovan » Mon Dec 31, 2007 3:43 am

blurk wrote:
jovan wrote:Do you know noatikl?

But compared to the early bird price of Bidule, for a similar amount you only get the version of noatikl that is for non-commercial use only, and only a single platform.


noatikl is really nit cheap.
I was a user of KoanPro for many years. KoanPro was also not cheap - and noatikls starts where KoanPro ended.

:-) Jovan
the man with the blue guitar

impete
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Postby impete » Thu Jan 31, 2008 7:30 am

Hi Jovan - thanks for that!

New version with hyperinstrument capabilties out in 1 or 2 days - I hope you like it!

Pete (from intermorphic!)

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Re: noatikl & Bidule

Postby LutherBlissett » Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:50 am

Apologies for bumping an old thread but... does this work for anyone else?
I've followed the instructions below and Noatikl just doesn't seem to connect properly to Sync Transport. Is there another way?

EDIT
NVM - I found the "Sync" dropdown in the Noatikl bidule. :facepalm:

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Re: noatikl & Bidule

Postby jovan » Wed Jul 17, 2013 6:33 am

LutherBlissett wrote:Apologies for bumping an old thread but... does this work for anyone else?
I've followed the instructions below and Noatikl just doesn't seem to connect properly to Sync Transport. Is there another way?

EDIT
NVM - I found the "Sync" dropdown in the Noatikl bidule. :facepalm:


You found the solution?

:?: Jovan
the man with the blue guitar


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