Mainz, April 9th, 2011 – The German Apple-centric “Apfelwahn” Blog features a review of Prosoniq’s sonicWORX Isolate software as well as an interview with the DSP Dimension’s founder Stephan Bernsee (both in German language) who has developed this software for Prosoniq.
sonicWORX Isolate is the world’s first software that allows extraction and suppression of instruments and voice within a mix and has received great attention since its introduction at Musikmesse 2010. More information (as well as a feature-restricted demo version) is available from http://www.sonicworx.com.
Stephan M. Bernsee talks about developing the Prosoniq morph plug in
by Reinhard G. Benedikt November 1st, 2003, translated by Eva Remowa
How did you come to develop the morph plug in?
Well, I began thinking about such an application shortly after I visited Peter Gabriel at Realworld studios where I was introducing the Neuron synthesizer. They needed a way to seamlessly morph from one sound to another for a television production they were working on. It turned out that the Neuron was capable of doing this, but it is certainly not a good idea to purchase a Mercedes when you just need an easy way to get from point A to point B. So I figured that many people might need such a tool and so we began tossing around the idea of doing a real time morphing plug in. As it turns out, the Prosoniq morph has the potential to be one of our most successful products. Read more
Thad Brown wrote: In the days before I decided to rip of slashdot and let you the readers do the interviewing, I asked Stephan M. Sprenger of Prosoniq to submit to an interview by your dedicated columnist. Stephan graciously agreed and I sent him a few questions. The answers to even the silly ones are below [...]