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QuikQuak updates Fusion Field to v2.60

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QuikQuak Fusion Field

QuikQuak has released version 2.60 of Fusion Field, a smooth diffusion reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

A clean, unobtrusive sound with a natural falloff that floats and complements the source material perfectly. Designed to imitate complex, natural spaces, it is also very easy to use.

The main ‘cloud’ display represents the reverb in terms of time and frequency, showing all the main parameters and EQ in a natural way. The reverberation can be dampened in the upper and lower frequencies, allowing soft sibilance and a graceful, lifting air to the sound.

Changes in Fusion Field v2.60

  • Better bass diffusion to remove repetitive lower frequency issues.
  • 64 bit version now available for PC.
  • Extra diffusion filters added for increased stereo dispersion.

Fusion Field is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU) for £50 GBP.

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QuikQuak updates BarChimes to v1.01

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QuikQuak BarChimes

QuikQuak has released version 1.01 of BarChimes, a virtual chimes instrument plug-in for Windows and Mac.

The BarChimes plug-in physically emulates a set of bar chimes, using complex kinematic physics routines. Great care has gone into translating the physics of gravity, friction, and weight of the bars, including their appearance. The sounds of the bar interactions are created using editable partials and length frequencies, including percussive hits, decay elements, and spectral alterations.

Changes in BarChimes v1.01

  • 64 bit version now available for Windows.
  • Live 8 compatibility fixes.
  • Preset import issues fixed.

BarChimes is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at £20 GBP.

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QuikQuak releases BarChimes

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QuikQuak BarChimes

QuikQuak has announced the release of BarChimes, an accurate physics simulation of a set of Bar Chimes, which includes collisions, slides and multi-chain hits of 36 semi-tone tuned bars.

The BarChimes plug-in physically emulates a set of bar chimes, using complex kinematic physics routines. Great care has gone into translating the physics of gravity, friction, and weight of the bars, including their appearance. The sounds of the bar interactions are created using editable partials and length frequencies, including percussive hits, decay elements, and spectral alterations.

BarChimes features

  • A detailed 36 bar kinetic physics simulation.
  • Gravity, collisions and audio accurately portrayed.
  • Velocity and sweep analysis simulates user movement through the chimes.
  • Parameters for physics, pitch and time.
  • Frequency editing with fundamentals and partials.
  • Percussive rendering with decay controls.
  • Swing modulations effects.
  • Photo-realistic 3D representation and collision effects.

BarChimes is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at £20 GBP.

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QuikQuak updates Pitchwheel to v3.01 and Glass Viper to v1.21 (Mac AU)

QuikQuak Pitchwheel 3

QuikQuak has released version 3.01 of Pitchwheel, a real-time pitch shifting effect, version 1.21 of Glass Viper, a virtual synthesizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Pitchwheel v3.01

  • Semitone shift accuracy increased.
  • Minor reduction in CPU usage.
  • Logic MIDI-effect type control working correctly.

Changes in Glass Viper v1.21 Mac AU

  • MIDI Pitch-bend and breath controller fix for Logic users.

Pitchwheel and Glass Viper are available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at respectively £50 GBP and £35 GBP.

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QuikQuak releases Pitchwheel 3

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QuikQuak Pitchwheel 3

QuikQuak has released version 3.0 of Pitchwheel, a real-time pitch shifting plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Pitchwheel now has a new pitch shifting engine that has taken several months to create, it’s 46ms (44k) latency makes it the most responsive wideband pitch shifter on the market. And with excellent tonal and transient quality, makes it a great tool for any studio.

Changes in Pitchwheel 3

  • A new pro quality pitch shifter. After months of research, Pitchwheel gets a new engine.
  • Superior pitch shifting – great frequency stability and transient accuracy, with low latency and CPU usage.
  • ‘Fixed Envelope’ option that preserves formant shapes. Useful for changing pitch without the usual ‘chipmunks’ sound. Allowing natural vocal changes, with glides, vibrato and harmonies.
  • 46ms (at 44k) latency – very fast response time for a high quality wide-band pitch shifter.
  • New option to only output sound when playing through MIDI, allowing 8 note harmonies to be played very easily.
  • Sample accurate pitch changes.
  • 96 semitone pitch range.

Pitchwheel 3 is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU), priced at £50 GBP. The upgrade is free for all registered users.

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QuikQuak releases BarChimes v0.10

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QuikQuak BarChimes

QuikQuak has announced the release of BarChimes v0.10, a free pre-release of a new instrument plug-in.

It’s an accurate physics simulation of a set of Bar Chimes, which includes collisions, slides and multi-chain hits of 36 semi-tone tuned bars. Use the Natural (or White) MIDI notes to sweep up the chimes – C3 to C8.

The start and direction of sweep, combined with speed are the main contributors to the output of the chimes – it’s not about hitting individual notes.

BarChimes v0.10 features

  • A detailed 36 bar physics simulation.
  • Collisions, gravity and audio accurately portrayed.
  • Photo-realistic 3D representation.
  • Velocity and sweep analysis simulates movement through the chimes.
  • Highly optimised.

The final release will feature parameter controls, alternate layouts, gravity, material and audio tone, and pitch controls.

The pre-release is currently available as a freeware VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC (final version will also be available for Mac).

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QuikQuak updates Crowd Chamber to v2.0 and Glass Viper to v1.2

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QuikQuak Crowd Chamber

QuikQuak has released version 2.0 of large scale crowd simulator Crowd Chamber, and version 1.2 of Glass Viper, a synthesizer with unique waveform shaping.

Crowd Chamber is an audio plug-in that layers multiple variations of a signal to create a crowd simulation. From simple chorusing effects, small crowds and stadiums, on to impossible situations and effects.

Changes in Crowd Chamber v2.0

  • New algorithm.
  • The complex feedback system has now been replaced by simple global parameters.
  • Global Spread dial stretches out each voice over time, used to create large crowds, or weird individual effects.
  • Overall spectral shift control, for creating large global pitch effects.
  • Huge reduction in CPU usage for large crowd simulations.
  • Reduced initial delay for large crowds.
  • Increased basic population value.
  • Extra presets demonstrating new capabilities.
  • Simplified GUI and clearer labelling.
  • PDF manual added.

Changes in Glass Viper v1.2

  • Preset saving errors in Garage Band, fixed.
  • Pitch LFO small range problems, fixed.
  • Minor memory freeing issues on exit, cleaned up.

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