Sinevibes has released Dipole v2, a major update to its through-zero flanger effect for macOS.
Dipole employs two delay lines with dual-mode feedback, and one of the delays is able to run earlier or later in time in relation to another. As this time difference passes through the zero point, a special sound transition occurs: with positive feedback, Dipole produces that coveted spectral “swoosh” effect of a jet plane fly-by, and with negative feedback, the output signal warps and eventually cancels itself out.
Here’s what’s new in Dipole v2:
- Newly designed user interface with size scaling up to 200%
- Added VST3 plugin format
- Added built-in preset manager
- Support for any buffer size requested by the plugin host
- Added new parabolic modulation waveform
- Increased Feedback control range to -100..+100%
- Added low-cut filter in the feedback loop to avoid excessive low-end build-up
- Added feedback loop self-leveling to avoid the signal level blowing up with certain extreme Feedback and Zero value combinations
- More thorough state initialization when receding the reset() call from the host
- More natural parameter mapping on Frequency, Stereo, Output, Mix controls
- Added all-new presets + reworked collection of all old presets
Pricing and Availability
Dipole is available now for $29 USD.