Vaporise Your Sound

Audio Damage release the Vapor diffusion chorus plug-in      22/10/07

Vaporise Your Sound


Audio Damage have released the Vapor plug-in which they describe as a diffusion chorus. They tell us that, as the name implies, it has diffusion (sort of a red-headed step-child of reverb) and modulating delays (chorus). Vapor's main purpose is to add top-end shimmer to pads, strings, and rhythm guitar to make those sounds cut through the mix. However, say Audio Damage, at more extreme settings, unique modulation effects can easily be attained.
Features
  • Able to do a broad range of modulation effects, from simple diffusion to extreme mod
  • Optimized for low CPU usage
  • Full MIDI learn on every parameter for hardware control (VST version only)
Pricing and Availability:
Available in VST format for Windows and AU and VST for Mac OSX
US$29.00 More information:



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