Noise Engineering has released two new modules, one for each of their module platforms:
The Polydactyl Versio is Noise Engineering’s take on a stereo multiband dynamics processor.
They say that it is equally at home on single-instrument timbral processing and on end-of-chain gloss and mix cohesion. Polydactyl applies a transparent algorithm across three adjustable bands for maximal dynamic impact. If transparent doesn’t suit your needs, you can also add in multiband saturation. Polydactyl also features a noise gate and limiting capabilities.
Tymp Legio is inspired by the Noise Engineering team’s love of all types of bang/crash/kick/boom sounds. They took the challenge of a small percussion module as an opportunity to fit the drums they wanted quick access to into 6hp. They say that Tymp is all about playfulness and fun, with an easy-to-use interface that puts a wide tonal and textural range under your control.
Both modules are part of the Noise Engineering platform concept: Owners of any Versio or Legio module can swap the firmware to any other firmware for that platform, completely free, at the Noise Engineering Customer Portal.
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