Artificial Audio releases Obelisk & Quartz Bundle + new prices

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Artificial Audio Effects Bundle

Artificial Audio has announced the Effect Bundle, comprising its Obelisk spectral delay and Quartz multi-effect plugins.

We’ve got new prices for you and a brand new bundle that includes our award winning plug-ins OBELISK and QUARTZ together for an unbeatable price!

Customers outside the European Union can now pay in US Dollar – no more currency conversion and totally hassle-free.

Artificial Audio products

  • Quartz: 79 EUR / $89 USD.
  • Obelisk: 79 EUR / $89 USD USD.
  • Latency Bundle: 29 EUR / $35 USD.
  • Effect Bundle: 119 EUR / $129 USD.
  • Effect Bundle Upgrade: 40 EUR / $40 USD.

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Artificial Audio updates Quartz to v1.0.2

Artificial Audio Quartz

Artificial Audio has released version 1.0.2 of Quartz, a multi effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

QUARTZ is a unique multi-effect plug-in that turns the simplest sounds into ever evolving rhythmic soundscapes. But that is not everything. It is also a source of creative modulation which can be used to control parameters outside of QUARTZ such as software instruments, plug-ins or even external MIDI equipment. QUARTZ offers a clear and easy to use interface for intuitive workflow.

Changes in Quartz v1.0.2

  • Triplet support added to the LINE EDITOR ( 1/8 T, 1/16 T, 1/32 T).
  • A bug in the LINE EDITOR has been fixed (under certain circumstances changes made in the LINE EDITOR were not processed by the audio engine).
  • Some minor bugs have been fixed.

Quartz is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU) for 79 EUR incl. VAT.

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Artificial Audio Quartz, multi-effect plug-in updated

Artificial Audio Quartz

Artificial Audio has released version 1.0.1 of Quartz, an effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

QUARTZ is a unique multi-effect plug-in that turns the simplest sounds into ever evolving rhythmic soundscapes.

But that is not everything. It is also a source of creative modulation which can be used to control parameters outside of QUARTZ such as software instruments, plug-ins or even external MIDI equipment. QUARTZ offers a clear and easy to use interface for intuitive workflow.

Changes in Quartz v1.0.1

  • A bug in the MIDI Controller Mapping has been fixed.
  • A new chapter about MIDI Controller Mapping has been added to the manual.
  • The GUI text labels are now a bit brighter.
  • Some minor bugs have been fixed.

Quartz is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU) for 79 EUR incl. VAT.

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Artificial Audio releases Quartz

Artificial Audio Quartz

Artificial Audio has released Quartz, a multi-effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

QUARTZ is a unique multi-effect plug-in that turns the simplest sounds into ever evolving rhythmic soundscapes. But that is not everything. It is also a source of creative modulation which can be used to control parameters outside of QUARTZ such as software instruments, plug-ins or even external MIDI equipment. QUARTZ offers a clear and easy to use interface for intuitive workflow.

QUARTZ gets its name from the fact that all LINE and LFO modulations work to the audio sample rate, ensuring sample accurate parameter modulation. With its variety of effect modules and its powerful modulation capabilities, QUARTZ gives your sounds the right shape and groove.

Quartz features

  • Auto-panning and auto-gain effects can turn the simplest sounds into the coolest groovy gated rhythmic patterns.
  • Two filters give you a choice of traditional filter effects such as lowpass, highpass and bandpass in combination with high quality oversampling modes. These filter twins let you tweak your sounds from soft lowpass or highpass filtering to hard distorted self-resonant filter sounds.
  • Tempo-syncable linkable stereo delay with up to 4 seconds of delay time provides you with all the spacial control you would expect. Modulating the delay time and delay feedback let’s you create the weirdest dub- and tape-delay effects.
  • Shaper, a classic wave shaper module. It can be used to add extra distortion and saturation effects to your sounds.
  • With its 4 highclass LFOs and its 4 unique modulation lines, QUARTZ has some powerful tools for parameter modulation. The LFOs and the modulation lines can modulate every important parameter in QUARTZ.
  • Send modulation via MIDI to your host software and have them modulate any other plug-in parameter or even any external MIDI equipment.

Quartz is available to purchase as an effect plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at 79 EUR.

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Artificial Audio releases Obelisk for Windows

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Artificial Audio Obelisk

Artificial Audio has released a Windows version of Obelisk, a spectral multi effect whose sound possibilities and graphic user interface raise the area of spectral sound processing to a completely new level.

OBELISK combines a SPECTRAL DELAY, a SPECTRAL FILTER and a SPECTRAL GATE to a multi effect that not only sounds excellent but also enables an extremely intuitive and musical operation, in spite of hundreds of effect parameters. With OBELISK you can draw your effect and with the aid of graphic lines control a multitude of effect parameters in a very simple and descriptive manner.

Obelisk is now available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) for 99 EUR. The windows version is free for all registered owners of Obelisk for Mac. A demo version is available for download here.

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