Molecule, new multiband processor plug-in
Sinevibes introduces Molecule, a new plug-in for Mac that allows for processing differently the three frequency bands of your audio signal.
Molecule splits the incoming signal into three frequency bands using crossover filters with 24dB/octave slopes, and that you can process separately with comb filter, chorus ensemble, frequency shifter, Barber-Pole filter, circuit-bent filter, distortion, etc.
Each frequency band has its own tempo-synced modulator with 8 wave forms and a real time randomizer.
The plug-in can also store 8 snapshots that you can switch in real time or via the host automation.
Molecule is available at www.sinevib.es/molecule/ for $39. It is a VST plug-in for Mac OS X only.
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