The program applies rhythm patterns over source sound, so it acts like an amplitude or phase modulator.
It also provides a built-in noise and sine generater for test purposes.
- Click Create button to generate source signal, or Load existing wave-file.
- Click Test button to generate a rhythm pattern.
- Click Rhythm button to apply the rhythm pattern.
- Click Play button to hear the result.
- Try to change the period and apply the same pattern one more time.
Making envelopes manually might appear boring - try to save 'natural' envelopes
in Bitmap View of Bitmaps & Waves.
You can open extended Bitmap View by double-clicking an image,
and save an envelope by right-clicking the fullscreen image.
Another tool to ease making envelopes is the
graph converter. It allows to load graphs (saved
as black'n'white Windows bitmaps, *.bmp) and convert the graphs
into envelopes which might be used in Enrhythmizer.
The converter was originally designed with ECGs as a data source in mind,
so it can read in graphs in logarithmic vertical scale (dB).
- In order to applay the pattern changes made in the table cells, click Apply button.
- In order to disable model noise filtration, set zero (0) Band value.
White noise will be produced then.
Gussy Rikh compares the program
"I did go through Enrhythmizer and even loaded a drum
groove and got interesting results -- quite different
from Soundforge. (Soundforge --does clip the wave in
various ways thereby getting a rhythm ---though this
is different.) So---- Enrhythmizer is a good handy tool