Morph in kyma or reaper?

Here’s a weekend experiment that I did a while ago. It’s in the form of a question!

It’s based on the sound of scraping a glass window scrape morphed into my voice. There are two version, one done in a normal DAW (the free cheap and excellent Reaper) and the other done in Kyma. Which one is which?
morph1
morph2
And more importantly which one sounds best?
Most importantly which one sounds right?

Note- I have NOT normalised the files, so you’ll have to use your volume knob.

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2 Responses to Morph in kyma or reaper?

  1. Rasmus says:

    The first one is KYMA and the second is REAPER. This because the first one sounds more smooth in the transition and the second more ‘grainish’. What did I win?!?! 🙂

  2. Martin says:

    A kyma system!… for the low low price of 10000dkr 🙂

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