LinPlug releases its first effect plugin, dedicated to transform drum loops into something sounding substantially different, electronic, strange ... suitable for electronic music.
The Relectro is designed to transform single drum sounds and drum loops into something sounding different; there is no attribute to describe how it sounds. Relectro is to be primarily used in industrial, electronic, glitch, experimental, ambient, idm, noise, dub and techno.
System Requirements: Mac OSX 10.4 or newer or Windows XP or newer, 1 GHz or higher CPU, 1 Gb RAM, Native 32 bit and 64 bit plugin
Purchase: The license fee is 79 US$ / 59 Euro including a 32-page PDF manual in English. Relectro is available from LinPlug and soon in Japan from their Japanese partner Internet Corp.
A demo version, more information and demo songs are available at the Linplug website.
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