DDMF releases Envelope
DDMF has released Envelope, which is the developer's first ever reverb plug-in.
Envelope claims to add air to your tracks, be it with short, ambient rooms or seemingly-endless, lush reverb tails. Eight simulated true-stereo spaces that can be tuned to your liking, with 30 presets to get you started and a clear, simple layout.
- Zero-latency reverb algorithm with 8 simulated true stereo environments
- Size and Depth control for full control of the individual algorithms
- Switch between exponential (the ‘natural’ way) and linear decay (longer, more dreamy/eerie)
- Low- and high-cut EQ controls
- Stereo width control (from full stereo to full mono)
- Wet/dry balance
- 30 presets
- Available in VST, AU (Mac only), RTAS and AAX format for Windows (XP and higher) and Mac OSX (10.6 and higher)
While announced at the reasonable and quite DDMF-esque MSRP of $49, Envelope is currently available for the special introductory price of $39 until May 31st, 2016.
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