Chorus Plug-In Improved

Audio Damage Fluid gets updated to version 1.1      29/02/08
Chorus Plug-In Improved


Audio Damage tell us that their Fluid chorus plug-in has been updated to 1.1 to fix a problem with the output filtering.
Previous versions had a low-cut filter on the entire output, which effected the dry signal as well as the wet signal. The filter remains in the unit, but has been moved so that it effects the wet only, as was originally intended.
This update changes the sound of Fluid slightly, when not used 100% wet. Audio Damage say that existing mixes will be effected, so users should plan accordingly. The difference is very subtle, and will be noticed mainly on material that has a lot of low-end content (full drum loops, bass, etc.).
Fluid Features
  • True stereo analog-modeled chorus effect
  • Feedback control for extreme special effects
  • Optimized for low CPU usage
  • Full MIDI learn on every parameter for hardware control (VST version only)
Pricing and Availability:
Fluid costs $29.00 USD More information:


M-Audio Keystation 49 II - MIDI Controller
$99.00


Numark DJ|iO II USB DJ Audio Interface
$79.00


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