WOK has announced the release of its new vintage multi-effect plug-in, CromFX.
CromFX features 4 chorus variations (modelled after vintage circuits), 3 phaser types, and the choice between 2 delays, of which one is simulating a tape delay. Two of the phasers and two of the delays are synced to host tempo. The main focus lies on the reproduction of the sonic instabilities of the old hardware.
CromFX is available as a Windows VST effect plug-in for €19.
All existing customers of the string ensemble Cromina, who ordered before the release day will get a free copy.
To listen to sound demos and purchase, click here.
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