The Sequent multi-effect in AAX 64 bits
Loomer released version 1.4.1 of its Sequent modular multi-effect plug-in to add the AAX 64-bit native format for Pro Tools 10 and 11.
Sequent features 7 individual effect modules: a beat looper, two multimode filters (high-pass, band-pass and low-pass) with self-oscillation without audio input, an oversampled distortion, a gate, a panner and a delay that can generate various effects such as slapback, ping pong echo, comb filter or flange.
All these effects can be organized in a modular routing section and all the parameters feature step sequencers that will help you create modulation motifs.
Version 1.4.1 adds, along with the AAX 64-bit native format for the latest versions of Pro Tools on Mac OS X and Windows, a feature that sets the start step for all the sequencers. The patterns and sequencers now have different step length and Loomer fixed a pitch modulation issue when you swap pattens in the Looper.
Sequent is a VST, AU, RTAS and AAX plug-in, as well as standalone software on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. It is available for £49 at www.loomer.co.uk along with a free trial version.
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