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FXpansion has released Etch, a filtering effect that also features distortion and compression stages.

FXpansion presents Etch, a filtering effect based on DCAM circuit-modelled technology.

 
Etch's dual filters let you switch between 4 models for tone-shaping, with a comb filter type.
 

Additional distortion and compressor stages are provided, and FXpansion's TransMod modulation system is designed to let you animate Etch's circuits over time. Use inter-modulating LFOs, envelopes and more to drive the filter cutoffs, distortion level, compression amount or other parameters.

 

Feature Highlights:

  • DCAM-modelled filtering, distortion and compression
  • OTA-array, SVF, Sallen-Key and comb filter types
  • Variety of multi-mode filter responses
  • 4 distortion types and a simple, effective 1-knob compressor
  • 2 LFOs, envelope follower, sample-and-hold and triggered envelope
  • TransMod system for modulation possibilities
  • Secondary side-chain input and full MIDI control in compatible hosts
  • 32-bit and 64-bit support
  • VST, AU and RTAS plugin formats on Windows 7 and Mac OSX 10.6.2 or later


Availability & Pricing:

Etch is available as a download-only product from the FXpansion web shop. Pricing is $99, €79, £69 inc. VAT where applicable.


Introductory Offer:

Etch is $70, €55, £48 inc. VAT for all registered owners of Geist, DCAM: Synth Squad, Tremor, BFD2 and BFD Eco (and customers purchasing Etch at the same time any of these products) until 30 April 2012.

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