Audiority updates Polaris to v1.3.0
Audiority's echo/reverb plugin Polaris has been updated to v1.3, featuring a few bug fixes and the addition of a new Swell parameter.
According to Audiority, the new Swell feature smooths the transients of the incoming signal, with its attack time automatically matching the delay time. This new feature is said to work great for ambient guitars, intense endless pads and much more.
Registered users can update by simply downloading and installing the demo from the product page at Audiority's website.
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