Sound Processors For Ableton Live 7

Puremagnetik Releases RackPak 2 for Ableton Live      06/01/09
Sound Processors For Ableton Live 7


Puremagnetik has expanded their Live Pack catalog with the addition of RackPak 2. They tell us that Space modulators, time machines and lo-fi filter banks all await sonic experimentation in this advanced collection of sound processors for Ableton Live 7. Here's all the details contained in the Puremagnetik press release...
Advanced Audio Effects for Ableton Live
Programmed by Puremagnetik's expert team of sound designers and engineers, RackPak 2 comes packed with 4 categories of modulators, time manipulation tools and outlandish effects. RackPak 2 includes the following audio effects:
  • Weird Filters
    A bank of 8 band split filters complete with time based effects and dynamic processing. Presets like "Deep Fried Burger" and "Weird Dentist" should keep you tweaking for a while!
  • Time Machines
    Throw 4/4 out the window with this collection of 15 slapbacks, meter crunchers and echo filters. "Beat Infector" and "Underclock5" will instantly melt the space-time continuum around your studio.
  • Space Modulators
    Includes 9 advanced audio racks to explore the sonic stereo spectrum. Widen your mixes or freak out your drums with racks like "Bugs in The Stew" or "Nasal Detuner".
  • LoFi and NoFi
    Get down and dirty with this bank of 8 expertly programmed distortions, bit crunchers and sample massacring racks. Beware: "Phantom Dennis" and "Artifactory" are not for the faint of heart.
System Requirements
  • Requires Ableton Live 7
  • 500 MB of physical RAM
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Monthly Subscription: $5.75/Month
Basic Yearly Subscription: $60/Year
All Access Pass - $198/Year
More information:
  • puremagnetik.com

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