Plug-In Creates Rhythmic Spectral Effects

Sinevibes releases Array spectral sequencer for Macs      09/07/12
Plug-In Creates Rhythmic Spectral Effects


Sinevibes has announced Array, its new AudioUnit plug-in for creating rhythmic spectral effects. It divides the input sound using 8 finely-tuned, smooth -36 dB/octave band-pass filters, and allows sequencing of each frequency band individually. Artemy from Sinevibes told Sonic State, "Thanks to its precise timing, seamless switching and an intuitive, color-coded interface, Array is an essential processing instrument for everyone."
What can it do?
  • Completely reconstruct and transform drum and percussion loops.
  • Turn synths, basses, pads or pretty much any static sound into spectrally and rhythmically rich new material.
  • Liven up final productions with intricate breaks and transitions.
Array is available as an AudioUnit plugin for OS X 10.5 or later (32/64 bit). Pricing and Availability:
Array costs $19 until the end of summer (regular price: $29). It can also be purchased as part of the complete Sinevibes plugin collection, including 10 other synthesizers and effects, for $99.
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