Two new effect plug-ins coming your way – echo and morph
Syncersoft tells us that Analog Warp is a warp and morph effect designed to deliver the clear, penetrating sounds favoured by live musicians. They believe that it’s ideal for use in trance, dance, techno, dubstep, electronica, drum n bass, big beat, dub, reggae and all other styles. Syncersoft says that the LFO modulation section was designed specially for Dubstep genre but can be used in other styles too.
The plug-in contains:
- Main section.
- Filter section.
- LFO section.
- Morph section.
Pricing and Availability:
PSP Echo – the echo processor previously only available within Wave Machine Labs’ Auria 48-track DAW iPad app – is now available in standard plug-in form for use in your favorite DAW.
Echo’s powerful and unusual features combined with its smooth operation makes it ideal for all kinds of creative uses from simple slap back and sustain effects through ping-pong delays and spacious echoes. Use the delay sliders to add special tape echo effects for even more unique effects. The tape wow control and built in ducker further extend the creative potential of PSP Echo.
Internally, the Echo is like a combination of four mono tape delays — two for the initial ping-pong pre-delay and two for the main stereo echo. PSP Echo also comes with a set of useful factory presets that cover a wide range of the plug-in’s settings.
PSP Echo is available in AudioUnit, VST, RTAS AAX formats for Mac OSX (Universal Binary); and VST, RTAS and AAX for Windows.