MESSE05: The Camel Gets Phatter

CamelSpace plug and a major update from Camel Audio      12/04/05

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MESSE05: The Camel Gets Phatter
Make space for another camel

CamelSpace is a rhythmic multi-effect that adds dynamic movement to pads, drums or whatever else takes your fancy. Designed to be a real hands-on processor, it encourages you to grab and tweak to get you to where you want to be. It features a powerful 128 step 'trance gate', routable to cutoff, pan and volume, an auto-panner, exciter, flanger, multi-mode filter, stereo delay, reverb plus many other parameters. The user interface is designed to put all the controls at your fingertips ? or mouse, while built-in XY pads allow real-time manipulation of the most important parameters. The intelligent randomize feature ensures that the settings generated are musical.

CamelPhat 3
CamelPhat 3 takes the classic CamelPhat sound and adss extra colouring multi-effects which are great for punchy drums, bass and lots more. It features four distortion modules offering tones from warm and soft to crunchy and fat, a 'magic EQ' for enhancing the bottom end, a compressor, three filters, two LFOs and an envelope follower. The complete bundle costs just USD 149  EUR 115  GBP 79, or USD 85  EUR 65  GBP 45 for each plugin, and will be available as an instant download from www.camelaudio.com at the end of April. CamelSpace features
  • - rhythmic multi-effect that adds dynamic interest to pads, drums and more
  • - powerful 128 step trance gate controlling cutoff, pan and volume
  • - auto-panner, exciter, flanger, multi-mode filter, stereo delay, reverb
  • - stunning, easy-to-use interface with XY pad
  • - intelligent randomize for instant inspiration
  • - 128 categorized presets CamelPhat3 features
  • - phattening multi-effect, great for punchy drums, bass and lots more
  • - four distortion modules, warm and soft to crunchy and fat
  • - magic EQ, compressor, three filters, two LFOs, envelope follower
  • - easy-to-use interface with XY pad
  • - intelligent randomize to spark creativity


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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Gebber    Said...

    Actually I find the controls too much messy and I would rather focus on composing music than manipulating sounds until I die. Its like seeing a movie with a bad story but incredible CGI effects...doesn't make it in the long run.

    13-Jan-09 08:09 PM


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