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AKAIzer (2011?) time stretch for windows + mac os x
« on: October 14, 2015, 04:50:09 AM »
current link: http://the-akaizer-project.blogspot.com
VISIT HERE FOR DOWNLOAD

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http://web.archive.org/web/20140517051747/http://akaizer.blogspot.com/
http://web.archive.org/web/20150620083717/http://akaizer.blogspot.com/p/download.html


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Akaizer is a freeware application for Windows / Mac OS X / Linux which can time stretch and/or pitch shift any WAVE or AIFF sound file in the style of the 'cyclic' time stretch, which featured on old Akai sound samplers, like the S950 / S1000 / S2000 / S3000 series. This is ideal for DAW-based music producers who want that classic metallic-sounding effect, as used in many old school Hardcore / Jungle / Speed Garage tunes from the 1990s, without the need for an actual Akai sampler.

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