Quad Delay Plug-In For Macs

Sinevibes releases Multitude      25/10/13
Quad Delay Plug-In For Macs


Sinevibes has announced Multitude, a new AudioUnit effect plug-in for Macs. Sinevibes tells us that it is the biggest development of the company to date, and is a sophisticated yet fun to use quad delay plug-in with unique creative potential. Here's how they describe it...

The concept:
A conventional delay constantly processes and echoes all of the audio on the input. Multitude uses gate sequencers to control sends into four individual delay lines – allowing you to activate them at precise moments in time. Want a delay only on that particular note, chord, or hit? With Multitude, you can do this. And so much more.

The execution:
Multitude features a highly visualized, color-coded user interface that has been calibrated for both indoor and outdoor lighting conditions. Thanks to extensive use of OS X Core Animation and Accelerate frameworks, it provides an unusually smooth, delightful user experience – and at the same time, efficient internal processing.

Features:

  • Four independent delay units with forward and reverse playback modes.
  • Five gate sequencer tracks for dry input signal and four delay sends, eight separate sequences storable per preset.
  • Eight simultaneous effect processors per delay unit: frequency shifter, sample rate and bit depth reducers, circuit bender, noise, multi-mode filter, saturation, and flanger. Effects can be placed before, after, or inside each delay's feedback loop.
  • Two separate low-frequency oscillators per delay unit, each with 16 modulation destinations, multiple waveforms, and adjustable chaos feature.


Multitude is available as a 32/64-bit AudioUnit plugin for OS X 10.6 or later.

Pricing and Availability:

$59

More information:

 

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