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Little Endian announces Happy Holidays Sale, 40% off SpectrumWorx

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Little Endian Happy Holidays Sale

Little Endian has announced a Happy Holidays sale, offering limited time discounts on its products.

Little Endian today announced the “Happy Holidays” sale, where they will be offering SpectrumWorx spectral processing VST plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows, as well as OS Bundle and OS Upgrade versions, at 40% off of the regular price.

The discounted versions are available for purchase until January 9, 2011.

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Little Endian updates SpectrumWorx to v2.1, Mac OSX support

Little Endian SpectrumWorx

Little Endian has released version 2.1 of SpectrumWorx, a modular effect processor that works exclusively in the frequency domain.

This is a first version that supports Mac OS X, bringing the latest advances in the frequency domain effects processing to this superior operating system. Windows version has also been updated.

SpectrumWorx 2.1 features

  • Over fifty modules (pitch shifter, classic vocoder, wah-wah, robotizer, wobbler, autotune, reverser, etc.).
  • Sophisticated engine optimized for low CPU usage.
  • Flexible Preset browser.
  • Over 100 presets.
  • Highly configurable LFOs.
  • External audio support.
  • Presets in XML format.
  • Slick GUI.
  • Detailed User’s Guide.

SpectrumWorx for PC and Mac (VST) is available to purchase for $119 USD for a single platform license, and $149 USD for a license for both Windows and Mac.

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Little Endian SpectrumWorx 2.0, frequency domain effects processing

Little Endian SpectrumWorx

Little Endian has released version 2.0 of SpectrumWorx, a “sound mangler” effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Why is SpectrumWorx vastly different from other effects processors? Because of its ability to manipulate the frequency domain, and its modularity. A robust audio engine transforms audio input into the frequency domain. The frequencies are then sent through a bank of modules, each module being a sophisticated audio processor in and of itself, with its own unique selection of adjustable parameters. With over fifty modules to choose from there are literally countless possibilities for sound manipulation.

This combination of versatility and usability makes SpectrumWorx a highly desirable tool for anything from cinematic sound design and exploratory experimentation to original compositions and game music.

SpectrumWorx 2.0 features

  • Over fifty modules (pitch shifter, classic vocoder, wah-wah, robotizer, wobbler, autotune, reverser, etc.).
  • Sophisticated engine optimized for low CPU usage.
  • Flexible Preset browser.
  • Over 100 presets.
  • Highly configurable LFOs.
  • External audio support.
  • Presets in XML format.
  • Slick GUI.
  • Detailed User’s Guide.

SpectrumWorx 2.0 is currently available to purchase as a VST effect plug-in for PC (Mac coming soon), priced at $119 USD.

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Little Endian acquires Delaydots

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Little Endian has announced it has acquired Delaydots, a leading provider of spectral processing audio effects for sound designers, gaming and film industries.

Little Endian acquired complete Intellectual Property rights, along with an exclusive publishing and distribution rights to all Delaydots products, including the highly acclaimed SpectralSuite pack and a flagship modular spectral processor SpectrumWorx. Delaydots products remain available through the online store at www.delaydots.com, and technical support continues via the Delaydots support forum on the KVR Audio web site.

“We are extremely pleased to take over Delaydots,” commented Little Endian CEO Danijel Domazet. “We’ve been searching for a way to enter the very dynamic audio effects software market, and this is just a perfect opportunity for us. We plan to continue development based on Alexey Menshikov’s unique research, and also to bring in fresh ideas from our own labs.”

Check the press release for details.

Visit Delaydots for more information about its products.

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