Nedit is a processor for manipulating samples in real-time from long time Isotonik Collective member Ned RUSH.
Drop a sample into it’s interface & once it has been loaded, you can change the sample start position, playback direction and loop size, as well as process through various effects, either from a selection of sequencer modes programmed by a multi-slider interface.
With 8 Dial control automated via Device Control to the like of the Ableton Push you can also tweak out to your hearts content.
Loaded samples can be synced to Live’s tempo by selecting a loop length or played un-synced with a definable pitch. The in built sequencers use concepts based on probability, looping, or events gathered from statistics, and there are 4 sequencers, one for each of the 4 functions for how Nedit performs, laid out across 4 tabs.
Each sequence can have its own mode and rate, allowing for interesting cross rhythms and overlapping patterns. The results can vary from subtle variations of drum loops, to insane sonic deconstructions.
Whilst Nedit is ready to be used in a performance context, it serves best as a sound generator for creating real-time edits of existing material, ready to be resampled and used further in compositions. Nedit can be sculpted to create interesting rhythmic patterns and textures or can be fully randomised for complete mayhem.
Want to chat with likeminded audio manipulators, then join up in the social group on Facebook – Nedit Users