Spectral Delay For Mac OS X

Sinevibes Octagon AU plug-in offers individual delays for eight frequency bands      10/04/14
Spectral Delay For Mac OS X


Sinevibes has released Octagon spectral delay, a new Audio Unit plug-in for OS X. Octagon splits the audio into eight frequency bands, each having its own dedicated delay line. Delay time, feedback, pan, playback direction and other parameters can be set individually per band, allowing the selective application of delay effects to different parts of the sound spectrum. For even more animation, Octagon has three tempo-synchronised modulators with a myriad of waveforms and modulation destinations.

Octagon specifications:

  • Eight tempo-synchronised delay lines with normal and reverse playback.
  • Eight resonant band-pass filters at -12 or -24 dB/octave.
  • Three tempo-synchronised modulators with 8 waveforms, adjustable chaos, 24 total modulation destinations.
  • Compatible with 32/64 bit Intel Macs running OS X 10.6 or later.

 

Additionally, Sinevibes has launched a special sale to celebrate its 16th plugin release. For 16 days (10th to 26th April), all of Sinevibes products are available with a 16% discount. The complete collection of Sinevibes plugins is available for $200 (full price: $239).

Pricing and Availability:
Octagon costs $39

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