Eventide H910 Harmonizer Now Available As A Plugin

Eventide has introduced H910 Harmonizer, a software version of the classic hardware Eventide H910 Harmonizer. The Harmonizer was developed by Eventide in 1974 and they describe it as “the world’s first commercially available digital audio effects device”. The Harmonizer combined ‘de-glitched’ pitch change with delay and feedback. It could be controlled by a keyboard remote… Read More Eventide H910 Harmonizer Now Available As A Plugin

Plankton Electronics Intros The Jellyfish Modular Voltage-Controlled Modular Delay

Plankton Electronics has introduced The Jellyfish – a PT2399-based Eurorack delay module. Features: PT2399 based Eurorack delay module Delay time from 32 miliseconds to 1,23 seconds LFO with triangle and square waves to modulate the delay time. With individual output “SYNC!” input to synchronize the delay time with a pulse wave “Lo-Fi” function to distort and… Read More Plankton Electronics Intros The Jellyfish Modular Voltage-Controlled Modular Delay

Waves & Infected Mushroom Introduce ‘Pusher’ Multiband Sonic Enhancer

Waves and psytrance duo Infected Mushroom have announced Pusher, a multiband sonic enhancer and limiter/clipper. According to Waves, Pusher delivers Infected Mushroom’s “secret mixing sauce.” Pusher is designed to be used on individual sounds, on busses/groups, or for mastering: Low – Enhance low frequencies and choose where the processing begins. based on note or frequency. According to Waves, this is… Read More Waves & Infected Mushroom Introduce ‘Pusher’ Multiband Sonic Enhancer

HoRNet Intros TrackUtility MK2, A ‘Swiss Army Knife’ For Audio

HoRNet Plugins has introduced TrackUtility MK2, a new version of their ‘Swiss Army knife’ plugin for audio. TrackUtility lets you change a track from stereo to mono, remove DC, pan, trim, etc. It can also work as stereo simulator and as a a mastering limiter. TrackUtility MK2 adds a grouping function to allow for the change of any parameter… Read More HoRNet Intros TrackUtility MK2, A ‘Swiss Army Knife’ For Audio