U-He keeps on expanding its Rack Extension catalog for Reason and releases this week Uhbik-T and Runciter.
Uhbik-T is a tremolo, pan and Haas delay rack extension and offers linear or exponential gain modulation options. Plus, a 16-step pattern editor allows for creating morphings between user-defined presets and a low-pass filter is included.
The LFO, with four modes, is the same as the other Uhbik plug-ins. It can modulate three volume, stereo or surround (Haas effect) and tone parameters at the same time.
Uhbik-T is available for the introductory price of $19 instead of $39 through June 16th.
The second Rack Extension launched this week by U-He is the Runciter filter. It features three parallel high-pass, band-pass and low-pass outputs, resonance and cutoff controls and you can apply an overdrive and a brickwall-type fuzz on the input.
An envelope generator is also included with 6 modes, completed by modulation amount (negative or positive), Sense and Rate controls. You can use MIDI notes to trigger the envelope.
The same introductory price applies to Runciter until June 16th.
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