How do I use Reformer Pro? Back to knowledge base
Reformer Pro always needs an input (this can be either a live audio signal from a microphone or instrument) or a pre-recorded audio file placed in the timeline of your DAW. The plugin will use this input to produce a unique composite of pre-recorded audio, all the while maintaining the amplitude and frequency content of the input. Different inputs will produce different results, which is one of the reasons Reformer Pro is such an exciting and flexible audio tool. Think of the plugin as a mix between a real-time sound editor and a performable instrument.