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Sound Magic has announced the release of the Timbre Rider, Frequency Terminator and Frequency Scissor effect plug-ins for Windows.

Timbre Rider is a collection of timbre processing tools. It contains 5 plug-ins worth about €89, now available for €49, or €9 per plug-in. Timbre Rider is provided as Windows VST and Add-ons for Supreme Pianos.

5 Plug-ins in one bundle: AIR, Bass Lord, Exciter, Frequency Terminator, Frequency Scissor.

Frequency Terminator is a special tool for killing specific ranges of frequency. Its filters have a 384dB attenuation rate and a low ripple which results in a rather lower distortion than other filters, according to the company.

Frequency Scissor is a special tool for cutting specific ranges of frequency. Its filters have controllable ripple and order which influence the overall sound. It is suited if you want to cut some frequency.

 

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