Spectral Multi-Effect For Windows

Artificial Audio announces Obelisk for Windows      04/12/08

Spectral Multi-Effect For Windows


Artificial Audio tell us that Obelisk will be available as a VST Plug-In for Windows XP and Windows Vista at the end of December. The Windows version will be free for all registered owners of Obelisk for Mac.
here's how Artificial Audio describe Obelisk...
OBELISK is a spectral multi effect whose sound possibilities and graphic user interface raise the area of spectral sound processing to a completely new level. OBELISK combines a SPECTRAL DELAY, a SPECTRAL FILTER and a SPECTRAL GATE to a multi effect that not only sounds excellent but also enables an extremely intuitive and musical operation, in spite of hundreds of effect parameters. With OBELISK you can draw your effect and with the aid of graphic lines control a multitude of effect parameters in a very simple and descriptive manner.
With its 2-dimensional LFOs, OBELISK creates completely innovative modulation possibilities by means of which the processed signal transforms into an endlessly changing sound layer. In spite of the comprehensive possibilities it provides for sound processing and modulation, OBELISK requires very little computing power, thanks to its high performing vector algorithms.
Pricing and Availability:
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