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The Sound Guy has announced the release of Spectral Machine, a frequency-domain plug-in featuring a range of spectral effects.

Included:

  • Spectral Freeze.
  • Delay Spectral Bands.
  • 3-band Amplitude Modulation.
  • Harmonize.
  • Pitch Quantization.

 

General Purpose Effects:

  • Delay Spectral Bands: Apply separate delays to different spectral bands, with individual control over the amount of feedback in each band.
  • Spectral Freeze: Click the “Fire” button to freeze the sound, which then decays at different rates for high and low frequencies. Click the “Reset” button to unfreeze.
  • Sample & Hold: Similar to Spectral Freeze, but it automatically retriggers at a specified interval.
  • 3 AM: A tremolo effect with individual control over the modulation rate and depth in three frequency bands.
  • 3-Band Filter: Precise control over the gain in three user-selected frequency bands.
  • Spectral Peak/Notch: Lets you boost or attenuate an arbitrarily narrow frequency band around a specified frequency.
  • Oscillating Peak/Notch: Interesting peak/notch effect with an oscillating center frequency.

 

Monophonic Effects (for monophonic sources such as solo voice, clarinet, sax, etc.)

  • Pitch Shift: Frequency-domain transposition with timbre preservation.
  • Harmonize: Multiple transposition with timbre preservation.
  • Pitch Quantizer: Nudge each note to the nearest semitone, for pitch correction or to create an interesting vocal effect.
  • Pitch Isolate: Isolates the tonal portion from the rest of the sound.
  • Sine / Noise: Gives you independent control over the sinusoidal and noise/transient portions of the sound.
  • Spectral Shapeshifter: Lets you change the shape of vocal formants (spectral envelope) without affecting the pitch.
  • Vibrato: Frequency-modulates only the sinusoidal component.
  • Robotization: Changes the pitch to a fixed frequency for a robotic effect.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Spectral Machine costs $75 (plus tax where applicable) and is available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and Audio Unit plug-in formats.

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