Exponential Audio Intros Excalibur Multi-Effects Plugin For Mac & Windows

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Exponential Audio has released Excalibur, a powerful multi-effects plugin for Mac & Windows.

Excalibur combines delay, flange, distortion, pitch shift, resonators, reverb and other effects into a powerful routing and modulation architecture.

Here’s an intro video from Exponential Audio founder Michael Carnes on why he wanted to create Excalibur: Continue reading

Moog Music Updates Minifooger Motif With Release of New MF Chorus, MF Flange

Today Moog Music announced the release of two new MiniFooger pedals, the MF Chorus Bucket Brigade Time Modulator and the MF Flange Bucket Brigade Harmonic Manipulator.

Moof_MF_chorusThe MF CHORUS is a 100% analog BBD-based time modulation pedal that is capable of a wide range of sonic shifting and manipulation in both mono and stereo output modes. A three-position Mix switch quickly transitions the effect from subtle shifting and swirling into analog vibrato. The wide-range Time and Feedback controls allow users to further customize each sound to their personal taste. Like all Minifooger Analog Effects, the MF Chorus features a dedicated expression pedal input on its rear panel. This input provides hands-free control over one parameter – the Rate knob.
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AD 480 Reverb RE For Reason Now Available

Fiedler Audio has introduced AD 480 Reverb RE – a professional studio reverb effect for Propellerhead Reason and Reason Essentials.

Features:

  • professional reverb sound effect with variable room size
  • reverb time and spatial dimensions independently tweakable
  • extensive filter layout for a wide spectrum of sound
  • 54 new presets with unique sound
  • 108 presets from the iOS version
  • separate outputs for mixed, wet and dry signals for flexible routing
  • 20 CV-inputs for insane modulation

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Twisted Electrons Crush Bitcrusher

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Twisted Electrons’ Crush is a tabletop effects unit that creates bit rate and sample rate reduction effects.

According to the company, “Crush can reveal interesting textures surprisingly rich in character and harmonics by lowering the sample rate and resolution of you sound.”

You can adjust the amount of distortion manually with the Crush knob, and/or add some modulation with the dual-shape LFO. Continue reading