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AudioCipher Technologies AudioCipher v3.0 WiN macOS RETAiL-ohsie screenshot
ohsie | 27 May 2023 | 45 MB

Hunched over your DAW waiting for inspiration to strike? Just type in a word and turn it into music.

AudioCipher helps you break through creative block and come up with new melodies and chord progressions. Choose from a variety of scales, chords and rhythms to create unlimited variations.

Compatible with Ableton, Logic Pro, FL Studio, Reaper, Pro Tools, Garageband, and others.

New User Interface (V3)
Word-to-MIDI converter
Playback controls
Drag-to-MIDI Feature
Randomize Rhythm Output
Chord and melody generator
Choose your key signature

All credits go to ohsie88 for the release

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  Resident 3.06.2010 133
If you need tools like this, it would be better to go out and meet people.
Making music is not your thing...
  Resident 5.05.2019 1 259
Some people just like arranging and mixing .. you never used midis before? Never have beat block?
  Resident 5.04.2017 426
I have never used premade MIDIs before. I might LOOK at them for inspiration or to understand musical concepts but never just drag and drop them into a project (except for drum patterns maybe). What's even the point of making music that doesn't come from your own mind? The human mind has one thing that machines will never be able to replace and that is intuition.
  Member 27.10.2021 190
I have used MIDIs. In 2008 as a kid, I found a download for all nonstop2k's MIDIs.
Tons of trance, hands up, techno etc.

I learned of a lot of good songs with good progressions. I tried to recreate songs attempting to make something just as good.

I sometimes left out the fact that they were not my melodies, gave them new names. Which looking back on, I regret. As human beings, it's tempting to take more credit than we deserve.

It was a lot of work going through my old work, and trying to determine which songs were original and which were using MIDI. So I learned my lesson and made sure to label my songs properly, and stopped using MIDIs unless I was doing actual covers, and even then I would reference the original song and recheck the notes and their lengths etc.

As someone who transitioned from using existing MIDIs (Long ago, we're talking 2009) to working hard to make songs just as good by myself, I would be hesitant to use a crutch like a MIDI generator plugin.

But I can't deny that using something like Scaler can be a better crutch than stolen MIDI songs had I had the choice back then.

Still, I consider these types of plugin companies to be scummy and bordering on scam tactics. Any company that shills AI / NFTs, I would be concerned about malware or privacy invasions on my PC.
  Member 16.05.2023 153
I don't even use wav files for snares and hi hats. I put them in a sampler and hit the snare on 2 and 4 (or wherever I feel like it) manually.... the joy of creating gets lost when you dont move your hand off the mouse and drag shit into a daw... Thats just boring and a waste of time
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  Resident 27.10.2011 464
Thank you for sharing your talents ohsie88
  Member 3.11.2021 5
Dope song! I've found that turning down any tool in the search for inspiration is doing myself a disservice. Thanks for the upload. I'll definitely give it a try to see if it's worth purchasing.
  Resident 25.05.2015 4 56
That statement is incorrect. MIDI generators can be valuable tools for music producers and can enhance their creative capabilities. They can provide new inspiration, aid in idea generation, and enable producers to create unique sounds and compositions. While meeting people can also be important, having the right tools and technology can have a positive impact on the creative process and improve music production skills.

Edit: But this plugin sucks.
  Member 24.01.2014 5 90
Sad comment, just live and let live.
  Member 27.10.2021 190
You're harsh, but you're not wrong.

My problem with these types of plugins:

You are lowering your standards to approve of a tool, because its "just a tool". A dollar store hammer is a tool too, but it could break, snap and hurt someone. It could be improperly made, and give people lead poisoning, splinters, etc.

We have a tool here that basically lets you generate random MIDI chord/melodies. Its gimmick is that anything you type, ends up giving you the same result (which is known a "text seed").

On one hand, this tool is liable to give you poor results. You may spend a lot of time trying more and more, unhappy with the results. On another hand, you may find people without talent rely on plugins like it heavily, and gain clicks despite it, which is lame but not your problem either.

But the real problem, is that this opens the door to accepting scammers. If we praise "AudioCipher", then we will start to praise other BS companies like Midi Wizard, and other fake AI plugin scams. Looking at AudioCipher, it appears to be related to NFTs and AI scams, so I'm definitely concerned. They even have AI-generated "blog posts" about Meowsynth / Delay Lama, aimed to get clicks or something.

I apply a simple mantra: Nothing is above criticism. AudioCipher is highly suspect. If I want a tool that helps me be inspired, I will use Scaler, not something that requires me to click randomize 99 times!

Also: Yes we got it here for free, so we shouldn't complain... but they are selling it. If it's garbage, people who buy it are getting screwed, period. There are much more deserving devs for those sales, who aren't shilling NFTs.
  Member 14.08.2021 13
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  Member 20.05.2023 120
Who are you to tell people how they should make music?
  Member 16.05.2023 153
I would say that dragging midi into a daw isnt making music, its using music, there's a big difference there. Like samples, using samples is way different than creating samples.
  Moderator 21.01.2012 2371 16090
Ok guys, interesting conversation/debate for Audiosex.
But here could we please get back and stick to the release?

Which are the results when puting a phrase in this vst? Are they usable? Can they be used as inspiration to create new melodies etc...
  Member 16.05.2023 153
Well once I get home from work I'll report back what here could we please get back and stick to the release? sounds like!
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  Resident 14.05.2023 3 98
we all use some type of tool to make music and you're no savant.

thanks for the release hidera and ohsie88!
  Resident 30.06.2015 316
thx for the share, I love this type of plugin...
  Resident 2.12.2014 80
Time to verbalize a simple fact:
you`re doing great ohsie,thanks so much for all the giving.
  Resident 6.08.2013 251
ohsie. Unbelievable job, keep going on, thanks
AudioZ State Of Mind
  Member 14.08.2021 13
quote by erminardiIf you need tools like this, it would be better to go out and meet people.
Making music is not your thing...

I'm really fed up with arrogant narcissists like you who constantly want to tell other people what to do and what is right or wrong. Mind your own business and stay out of other peoples business. No one needs your "smart" advice.
  Resident 17.02.2014 8 868
quote by josfI'm really fed up with arrogant narcissists like you who constantly want to tell other people what to do and what is right or wrong. Mind your own business and stay out of other peoples business. No one needs your "smart" advice.

Hey, I need his comments. They amuse me. Everyone must be free to have their say, provided that no violent and offensive language is used. If you say: 'none of us need your smart comment here' then you are representing the opinion of an entire community, but you are doing it without any delegation, is this clear to you?
Anomaly is Something Which Deviates From the Standard or Expected;
It's an Irregularity Which May be Difficult to Explain Using Existing Rules or Theory
  Moderator 21.01.2012 2371 16090
Guys, let's get back to the release in itself.
How do you use it?
  Member 3.11.2022 45 159
quote by OlymoonGuys, let's get back to the release in itself.
How do you use it?

The first words that i write was Hans Zimmer... and i create 4 bars for strings it's a tool, every persons has their own needed, acept that and respect, and the world would become a better place.
  Member 3.03.2014 42
Thank you ohsie & hidera for giving us this tool to play with and i think this can be useful, we need more tools like this keep them coming and nobody cares how you make ur music , we all use different DAWs and plugs to give us the taste we want but at last all are dope, and even we can use our voice to turn it to music we ém all here. Thanx 4 the great share..
  Member 12.01.2021 600
Good news #1: running on WiN7
Good news #2: I immediately found out how to not use it (you can click on Play at the right for both files)
  Member 14.04.2015 176
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  Member 12.01.2021 600
Of course I tried a short phrase first but that didn't produce anything useable either. It's just randomly adding notes within the given scale and with fixed note duration and that's simply not how most melodies work. It doesn't follow a pattern that we think of as harmonious.
  Resident 2.10.2008 508
Exactly. I'd rather deal with my beat block melodies instead

The trick could be to delete notes selectively though, to achieve something more acceptable.

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