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Slip-N-Slide is a unique frequency domain audio morpher/mangler.

It offers several different frequency domain effects, each with a significant amount of control over the effected as well as uneffected portions of the sound and each affording either a little or a lot of "ra n do m n e s s ," according to ID, which had this to say:

"With Slip-N-Slide you can create almost anything from shimmering, temporally rigid, spectral tremolos to slurred speech, to quirky, reverse-gate sounding effects, to new ambiances to continuously new rhythmic and sonic artifact riddled accents. The combination of spectral processing with controllable randomization is very powerful."

Features:

* Modify existing sounds or to create whole new sounds from existing material.
* Create patterned or random slides of the spectral content, create a spectral sample and hold
* Pluck out individual components from complex sounds.
* Or mix and match.

Pricing
Windows / Mac OS X; VST; $79
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