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.
"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