FXpansion's ETCH For $20

FXpansion and audioMIDI.com team up for a no-brainer deal on filtering plug-in      09/07/12
FXpansion and audioMIDI.com have teamed up to offer Etch for $20, a saving of 80% over the regular $99 price.
Etch is a versatile filtering effect plug in based on FXpansion's DCAM circuit- modeled technology. Fxpansion says that Etch's dual filters let you switch between 4 models for all manner of fat and warm subtractive tone shaping with a comb filter type providing mind bending psychedelic effects.
Additional distortion and compressor stages are provided for beefing up signals and FXpansion's TransMod modulation system let's you animate Etch's circuits over time. Use the inter-modulating LFO's, envelopes and more to drive the filter cutoffs, distortion level, compression amount or any other parameter. FXpansion tells us that Etch does amazing things to all kinds of audio material and is great for subtle warming, deep tone sculpting, wild sweeps, special effects and experimental sonics.
audioMIDI.com's Russ Jones told Sonic State, "We're pleased to keep delivering affordable no-brainer deals, bringing great value and introducing musicians to killer software."
Pricing and Availability:
Etch is available for purchase via electronic serial number at this special price until midnight, 11th of July 2012 More information:


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shopper    Said...

What happened to Audiomidi? The website was once one of the best, but now it's an ugly, confusing, and inaccurate mess. I bought my first drum machine from them, but now I can't bother with shopping there.

09-Jul-12 03:40 AM

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