Boscomac launches The Reverser for Reaktor
Boscomac has a new delay effect for Reaktor that reverses the audio in real time.
The Reverser is based on the reversed tape playback principle and you can adjust the delay time that will be read backwards, the feedback and the stereo offset. The Reaktor add-on also features a virtual tape saturation, high and low-cut filters and modulation. A dry/wet mix control is also included.
The Reverser is available for free at boscomac.free.fr.
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