You can quickly insert a shape from the iWork shapes library into your document.
Go in deep and use VolumeShaper as a precise volume curve for your synth or drum sounds. Set it to trigger whenever a specific MIDI note is played, and simply draw the shape you need. You can even shape different frequency ranges independently — shorten only the high frequencies of a kick, for example. MAC/PC COMPATIBLE: The Sharper Image USB 2.0 Condenser Microphone works with Windows Vista/7/10 as well as Mac OSX 10.4 or higher. STUDIO PERFORMANCE YOU’LL LOVE: Your audio recordings will be crisp every time with the Sharper Image USB 2.0 Condenser Microphone! Apr 21, 2019 Complete Bundle Cableguys Includes: Shaperbox: Time, Filter, Pan, Volume, Width, FilterShaper 2.2.4, FilterShaper 3.2.2, Nicky Romero Kickstart 1.0.9, PanCake 2.3.1. Nov 10, 2018 VolumeShaper 4 Cableguys 4 32-bit and 64-bit Mac OSx 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13 Direct Download (210MB).
- On your Mac, click the Shape button , then choose a shape.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap the Insert button , then tap the Shapes button . Tap a shape.
- On iCloud.com, click , then choose a shape.
After you add and position the shape, you can break it into parts, or combine it with other shapes to create a custom shape. When you’ve finished editing your shape, add it to your shapes library for later use.1
Break a shape into parts
Some shapes have multiple pieces. When you break apart a shape, you’re able to change the color, edit the shape, or delete the individual pieces of a shape.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, select the shape you want to break apart, then tap the Format button . Tap Arrange, then tap Break Apart.
- On your Mac, Control-click on the shape and choose Break Apart.
Some shapes in the shapes library include other potential shapes you might want to use. For example, if you wanted to use the shape of California, you could insert the complete map of the United States and enlarge it. After you break apart the shape, you can use the California shape by itself. If you want to be able to use that shape again in the future without breaking it apart from its parent shape, add the shape to your shapes library.
After you break apart a shape, you can make each piece a different color. For example, you could change the color for each state in the map, or change the color of a piece you've isolated from the remaining parts of the shape.
Create new shapes
You can combine and subtract shapes from each other to create new shapes. There are four different ways to create new shapes from existing shapes: Unite, Intersect, Subtract, or Exclude.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, select the shapes you want to use, then tap the Format button . Tap Arrange, then choose how you want to combine the shapes.
- On your Mac or iCloud.com, select all of the shapes that you want to use, click the Format button , click Arrange, then choose how you want to combine the shapes.
To combine shapes in Pages on iCloud.com, the shape's object placement must be set to Stay on Page.
When you unite multiple shapes, they combine into one shape.
When you intersect multiple shapes, it creates a shape out of the overlapping areas.
When you subtract a shape from another, it removes the part of the shape that’s layered on top of another shape.
When you exclude two shapes, it creates a shape that excludes the overlapping area between the shapes.
Add styles to your shape
After you add a shape to your document, you can change the following styles of your shape:2
- Fill You can fill shapes with an image, a solid color, or a gradient (two or more colors that blend into one another).
- Border You can add a border, such as a picture frame or a dotted line, then modify the border’s thickness, color, and other attributes.
- Shadow You can add up to six different preset shadows to your shape, then adjust the blur, offset, and opacity of your shadow.
- Reflection You can add a reflection to your shape and adjust its visibility.
- Opacity You can create interesting effects by making objects more or less opaque.
If you want to change the style of your shape:
- On your Mac, select the shape, click the Format button , then click Style. Click the disclosure triangle to expand any individual style and see advanced options.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap the Format button , then tap Style. Turn on an individual style to see advanced options.
- On iCloud.com, click > Style. Select an individual style to see advanced options.
Save and set default styles on your Mac
On your Mac, you can save a style and change the default style for new shapes in your document.
Here's how to save your style:
- Click the Format button , then click Style.
- Click the arrow to the right side of the style thumbnails to go to the last group of styles.
- Click the New Style Preset button .
After you save your style, you can redefine it at any time. Select the shape with the style changes, then Control-click on the style template and choose 'Redefine Style from Selection.'
Here's how to change the default style for new shapes in your document:
- Click the Format button , then click Style.
- Click and hold the style that you want to move.
- Drag it to the top left of the first page of styles.
Add text and other objects within a shape
To add text inside a shape, double-tap (on iPhone or iPad) or double-click (on Mac) the shape, then enter the text.
You can also place objects like shapes, images, videos, text boxes, and equations inside a shape, so they're nested. If you type inside the outer (parent) shape, the inner nested object moves with the text as you edit:
- On your iPhone or iPad, add the new object to your document. Select the new object, then tap Cut. Double-tap the shape in which you want to nest the new object so the insertion point appears inside the shape, tap it again, then tap Paste.
- On your Mac, add the new object to your document. Control-click the new object, then choose Cut. Control-click the shape in which you want to nest the new object, then choose Paste.
Add a shape to your shapes library
You can add customized shapes to your shapes library. When you save a custom shape, the shape’s path, flip, and rotation properties are saved; size, color, opacity, and other properties aren’t.
- On your Mac, Control-click the shape and choose Save to My Shapes.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap the shape, then tap Add to Shapes.
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To use iCloud to sync your custom shapes across your devices, here's what you need:
- An iOS device with iOS 11.2 or later, an iPad with iPadOS 13 or later, or a Mac with macOS 10.13.2 or later
- Sign in to iCloud with the same Apple ID and turn on iCloud Drive on all your devices.
You can use your custom shapes in the same app on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. For example, if you add a shape in Pages on your iPhone, you can use it in Pages on your other devices.
1. You can add custom shapes to your shapes library on Mac, iOS, and iPadOS only. You can't save or use custom shapes on iCloud.com.
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From multiband sidechain compression effects to extreme gating, from tempo-synced stutter to precise sample-shaping — VolumeShaper provides a wealth of creative musical effects with a visual approach to volume.
VolumeShaper features multiband waveform-based editing, a comprehensive selection of preset curves, a precise oscilloscope, a big spectrum view and an updated preset library. It runs sample-accurate in sync with your DAW, in Hz mode up to the audible range or retriggered via MIDI.
Ducking AKA sidechain compression effect
Essential for a well-defined kick and bass, the well-known ducking effect of sidechain compression creates extra rhythmic drive and provides space and definition. VolumeShaper gives you this same effect with absolute control — just draw the curve you want. Simpler, faster, and more precise than using a compressor. You can also trigger the LFO via MIDI notes — choose one of the 'MIDI Triggered' LFO types, then route MIDI notes to the plugin via your DAW.
Use different curves for bass, mids and highs for added precision. The multiband split lets you duck out the bass when the kick hits, or duck the mids to provide space for the snare. Or gate the kick in a drum loop by editing the low band and leaving the mids/highs untouched. VolumeShaper makes it easy to apply this essential technique precisely, for accurate and dynamic mixes.
Define your audio loops
VolumeShaper's oscilloscope displays the incoming audio, helping you to precisely define audio levels. In a drum loop, regulate levels for snare, hi-hat, or anything else with just a few clicks, or edit unwanted notes out of a loop. From smooth bezier curves to hard cuts, you decide. Sync the effect to your DAW from 1/128 note up to 32 bars, sync to the frequency of the played note, or let it run freely at ranges from 0.02 Hz up to 5.24 kHz.
Go in deep and use VolumeShaper as a precise volume curve for your synth or drum sounds. Set it to trigger whenever a specific MIDI note is played, and simply draw the shape you need. You can even shape different frequency ranges independently — shorten only the high frequencies of a kick, for example. It's effectively a gate, but you have total control over the length and shape of the volume tail.
For punishing bit-crusher effects, run VolumeShaper's LFO fast — right up to the limits of the audible range (Tip: set the LFO to 'Hertz (Retrig.)'). For a less drastic effect, limit the modulation to specific frequencies — try a medium-width mid band — by moving the band sliders. And for ring modulation effects, set the LFO to the frequency of the MIDI notes that you play.
Stutter and tremolo
Simple but effective — VolumeShaper breathes new life into this classic effect. Detailed control options let you create stutter and tremolo with a twist — try applying envelopes to specific frequency ranges, or using a custom curve tailored to fit a specific loop or MIDI note.