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AuraPlug Releases Whamdrive

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Pitch Shifter / Time Stretcher from AuraPlug .

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AuraPlug has announced the release of Whamdrive, a VST plug-in designed to shift the pitch of an incoming audio signal.


It is designed to allow you to pitch an incoming audio stream in realtime with an external MIDI foot controller or with the GUI controls. Whamdrive features 14 different pitch modes. The effect also includes a distortion unit with cabinet simulation. It has a special equalization method (uses only one knob) which gives you wide, strong, EQ control.

Features:
  • Stompbox design.
  • Real-time, low latency processing for live performances.
  • Pitch Shifter unit with 14 different pitch modes.
  • Distortion unit with cabinet simulation.
  • Tone control.
  • Parameters are MIDI controllable.
  • Easy to use.

Pricing & Availability
Whamdrive is available for Windows as a VST effect plug-in and it is free.

Check out www.auraplug.com for more info.
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