Sound Enriching Plug-In

Syncersoft release Boost Effect VST for Windows      31/05/12
Syncersoft say that Boost Effect is a revolutionary plug-in that enriches sound with the creation of new harmonics using an algorithm based on a unique new psychoacoustic algorithm: crossmodulation of harmonic operators and imposition of new frequencies. They tell us that the plug-in creates the effect of intellectual boosting of frequency in terms of Intellectual Information Technology (IIT) and that development of the plug-in was inspired also by the psychoacoustics research of Shleenkin Alexandr and Russian works on mathematical physics. Blimey! Here's what Syncersoft has to say... "This plugin is designed to bring warm and phat sound to modern digital music. With help of it you can create necessary amount of sound harmonics to drumloops, kicks, guitar, boring digital synth or even to final mix. Creation of new harmonics without using equalisation is a main sense of this plugin. Its good to use it in dance, techno, dubstep, electronica, drum n bass, big beat, dub, reggae and all other styles.
Harmonic operators section define psychoacoustic effect of sound. Operators modulate each other in a special way that open a venue to experiment and possibility to achieve sound that you want.
LFO section was designed specially for Dubstep genre but can be used in other styles too of course. With help of this section you can control pulsation of harmonics with temp syncing or manually. Put this plugin at insert to some boring digital bass line and assign rate, depth, cutoff knobs to midi controllers to create it floating, pulsating Dubstep Base sound. Main feature of this plugin is separate processing of low medium and high frequency. To assign controller to knob make a right click of the mouse on virtual controller and you will see pop-up menu where you can choose controller."

Pricing and Availability:
12 Euro / $15 USD More information:

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