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Sinus has announced the release of version 3.0 of MultiLens SoundScape Processor, its stereo filter plug-in designed to be capable of creating "unique soundscapes."

The MultiLens plug-in consists of four bandpass filters, which are arranged in parallel in the stereo panorama. Every bandpass filter owns a frequency LFO and a bandwidth LFO which influence the filters characteristic. The combination of the eight LFOs results in an almost randomly sounding output.

In addition to the filter section there’s a noise generator, a “LoFi” unit, a distortion unit, a delay unit and an arpeggiator. With the help of the inbuilt noise generator you can add different noises to even enhance the filter effect.

MultiLens Features:
  • 4 bandpass filters.
  • 8 LFOs.
  • SpectrumRoom display.
  • Distortion.
  • Panorama delay.
  • 32 bit internal precision.

New in version 3.0:
  • 3D display.
  • Noise generator.
  • Filter magnets.
  • Improved filter precision.
  • Smooth visualization of fast filter movements.
  • Better support for high sampling rates.
  • New presets.
  • Help window scrollable via mouse wheel.
  • GetProgramNameIndexed() implemented.

Pricing & Availability
Priced at $40, MultiLens is available now for Windows as a VST effect plug-in. The MultiLens demo version provides almost full functionality – it pops up a message window to remind you that it is shareware periodically.
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