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Aly James is preparing a virtual effect pedal

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ALY JAMES LAB Elastic Bender EL-2
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Aly James has momentarily left synths and video game soundchips to work on the Elastic EL-2 virtual auto-bend effect pedal.

Under its Boss-like pedal design, Elastic EL-2 is a VST based on a Bucket Brigade Delay but instead of generating a classic Delay or Chorus effect, a peak detection circuit triggers an envelope that modulates the very short delay time. It results an auto-bend effect with a note that will progressively reach its pitch.

Aly James adds that the Elastic EL-2 plug-in can also generate other types of effects, such as flanges for instance.

The Elastic EL-2 will be available as a VST plug-in for Windows. Here is the first teaser posted by Aly James today:

 

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