Rotary Speaker Simulator For Mac And Windows

MeldaProduction releases MRotary      29/04/14
Rotary Speaker Simulator For Mac And Windows


MeldaProduction tells us that MRotary is the ultimate rotary simulator. They say that it can deliver not only the great vintage sound, but also futuristic algorithmic sound featuring up to 6 speakers at once.

A spokesperson told us, "You can design your own cabinet using any material from wood to glass, process the rotary signal using fully featured dynamic equalizer and much more."

Key features

  • The most advanced user interface on the market - stylable, resizable, GPU accelerated
  • Unique visualisation engine with classic meters and time graphs
  • 4 exceptionally versatile modulators
  • Adjustable oscillator shape technology
  • 8 multiparameters
  • Tube saturation
  • Smart randomization
  • Automatic gain compensation (AGC)
  • Safety limiter
  • Synchronization to host tempo
  • MIDI controllers with MIDI learn
  • Very fast, optimized for SSE/SSE2/SSE3 processors
  • Global preset management and online preset exchange
  • Supports VST, VST3 and AU interfaces on Windows & Mac, both 32-bit and 64-bit
  • No dongle nor internet access is required for activation
  • Free-for-life updates


Pricing and Availability:
29 Euro / $40 introductory price (normally 99 Euro / $137)

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AudioDemoLover    Said...

Some audio demos would be nice.

29-Apr-14 08:19 PM


whatsagreenhorn    Said...

I just d/led the demo. It's a fantastic sounding plug-in.

But the intro price quoted here isn't the intro price that shows up on their site: they've got it at 49 euros.

At 29 euros it's a sale. At 49 euros it's a no-sale.

What gives, fellas?!?

30-Apr-14 01:29 PM


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