Prodyon Liftor, Pitch modulator for Kontakt
Prodyon announces the release of Liftor, a new virtual instrument processor designed for pitch modulation on Kontakt.
Liftor is intended for electronic musicians who seek to perform ascending and descending pitch sweeps as well as transitions in real time using pitch and noise.
Liftor includes 50 waveforms, an additional volume oscillator, a filter, a pitch modulation section, a filter section, a reverb as well as various ambiance, vox, organ and noises.
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