Be Good Audio has released a major update for their software audio effect plugin, Time Razor, adding macOS support, new MIDI features and more.
Time Razor is a dual delay effect, with integrated effects and modulation.
Here’s what’s new in Time Razor v1.1.0:
- Support for Mac. Both Windows 10+ 64 bit and Mac 10.13+ Intel/Silicon CPU are now supported. Plugin formats available are VST3 (win/mac) and Audio Unit (mac).
- Time Razor can now receive MIDI input (note on/off). It introduces two new MIDI-triggered envelopes (ADSR) that can be used to modulate 32 targets. LFO’s can also be re-triggered by MIDI input. Note that retrigger LFO and use of MIDI triggered envelopes require DAW to support sending MIDI to FX).
- 60 new presets (total presets now reach 200), including presets that utilize MIDI input.
- 2 new magic dice features that will speed up the process of creating your own unique presets. The first dice adds random time, time mode, level balance between dual delays and serial/parallel dual delay mode. Use the first dice to quickly find an interesting starting point to work from. The second dice loads values from a random pre-existing preset. Use the first dice to modify dual time settings further.
Here’s the official Time Razor video intro:
Pricing & Availability:
Time Razor is available now for 19€, through 1 September 2023 (normal price 39€, local VAT will be added, if required). The update is free for all license owners.