Tracktion has released a ‘massive’ update to MOK Waverazor wave slicing synthesizer, along with a library of more than four hundred new patches, created in alliance with PlugInGuru.com.
Waverazor uses a patented oscillator design to ‘splice’ waveforms. Version 2.5 brings an array of new features, including three new Filters, three new Effects and two new Modulators – combined with significant advances in the DSP modules to give greater control to reverbs and delays.
Here’s what’s new:
- The new CombLPF filter offers a great sounding comb and can be used as a reverb building block.
- The All-Pass filter provides the user with options to create phasers, reverbs and timbral shifts in distortion.
- The third new filter, TapLine 8, consists of eight short delays to aid physical modelling.
- Effects updates include the new TapLine8X effect to give longer delay time, a MOK style reverb effect and a dual-stereo delay effect.
- Further improvements include a modular style Step Generator, complete with direction control and a smooth Random source for natural movement.
In cooperation with PlugInGuru.com, Mok has also developed Unified – Waverazor, a library of more than four hundred factory patches in Unify’s native patch format. Unify is also a plug-in host which gives plug-ins users Layering and Splitting capabilities. Owners of both Unify and Waverazor can now load all the new Waverazor patches and combine, layer, split and stack them in conjuction with any other plug-ins they own.
Pricing and Availability
Waverazor is available for $159. Waverazor 2.5 is a free upgrade for current owners.