eaReckon Intros EAReverb 2 Algorithmic Reverb For Mac & Windows


eaReckon has introduced EAReverb 2, an algorithmic reverb for Mac & Windows.

EAReverb 2 is an algorithmic reverb plug-in (32/64-bit VST2, VST3, AU, AAX). It features the “Natural” core engine of the original EAReverb, but also brings new algorithms and functionalities, accessible from a totally revised user interface.

Here’s the official video intro: Continue reading

K-Devices Intros Terra Polyphonic Synthesizer For Ableton Live

terra-synthesizerK-Devices has introduced Terra – a polyphonic Max For Live synth, incorporating frequency modulation, phase distortion, ring modulation and wave shaping.

Terra’s three wavetable oscillators can be switched between four analogue-style wave shapes – Sine, Triangle, Saw and Square – and the spiky Pulsar wave, then mangled, morphed and amplified using the Phase Distortion, Bend and Boost dials.

Oscillator 2 features phase modulation and can use Oscillators 1 and/or 3 as frequency modulation sources (with linear or exponential output), while Oscillators 2 and 3 can sync to Oscillator 1 with optional ring modulation. All three oscillators have their own independent amp envelopes, too, enabling a level of dynamic intricacy rarely found in other synths. Continue reading

Polyverse & Infected Mushroom Intro Granular Note Freezer Plugin

Polyverse Music & Infected Mushroom has introduced a new audio effect, I Wish, for Mac & Windows (AU/VST).

I Wish is a granular note freezer for Mac and Windows. When you hit a note on your MIDI keyboard, the plug-in creates a tiny loop, at the wavelength of that note and can create a diverse range of effects.

You can view a detailed intro to the plugin above.  Continue reading

Diego Stocco Wants You To Use A Squirrel For A Reverb, Intros Rhythmic Convolutions 2 Impulse Responses


Diego Stocco is one of the most creative sound designers around – whether he is creating sounds for OmniSphere, scoring films, building his own orchestra or finding inspiration in strange places.

Now he wants to teach you how to use a squirrel for a reverb.  Continue reading