Waves Intros Cobalt Saphira Harmonics Shaping Tool

cobalt-saphiraWaves Audio is now shipping Cobalt Saphira – an advanced harmonics shaping tool that lets you add rich harmonics to your tracks in order to give them analog musicality, depth and “glue.”

According to Waves, Cobalt Saphira gives you an unprecedented level of digital control over different aspects of the harmonics you are adding:

  • Edge and Warmth – for separately controlling and balancing even and odd harmonics
  • 4-band EQ – for separately shaping the frequency spectrum of each type of harmonics
  • Harmonics modes – seven different modes, with graphical representation so you can see the changes in harmonic structure
  • Tape – five tape speeds for adding wow-and-flutter modulation in order to give your tracks extra musicality and depth

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VirSyn Tap Delay Brings Tape Echo ‘Into The 21st Century’

tap-delayVirSyn has introduced Tap Delay – a new iOS effect app that combines the sound of vintage tape echo machines with a modern, step sequencer-like tapped delay engine, which they say ‘continues the tradition of the tape echo machines into the 21st century’.

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Glitchmachines Intros Cryogen Buffer Effects Processor

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Glitchmachines has introduced Cryogen, a modular buffer effects processor designed to generate robotic artifacts and abstract musical malfunctions.

Cryogen features dual buffer effects, dual multimode filters with morphable modes and dual bit crusher effects. Cryogen is capable of generating everything from subtle glitches to stunning signal mutations. Continue reading

BOSS Intros DD-500, ‘The Most Powerful Digital Delay Pedal Ever Made’

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At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, BOSS today introduced the DD-500, a new effects pedal that the call they most powerful digital delay pedal ever made.

The DD-500 stompbox offers 12 distinctive delay modes, along with deep editing controls, a graphic display, patch memories, MIDI and more.

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