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QuikQuak updates UpStereo to v2.0 beta E

QuikQuak UpStereo v2.0

QuikQUak has released beta E of UpStereo 2.0, a freeware stereo enhancer plug-in.

Changes in UpStereo v2.0 beta E

  • Slowdowns in some hosts fixed.
  • New option screen with camera position choices.
  • GUI works with different angles.
  • Smoother metering, with faster response times.
  • Faster resource loading.

UpStereo 2.0 beta E is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU).

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QuikQuak releases UpStereo 2.0 beta for Mac

QuikQuak UpStereo 2

QuikQuak has released a Mac OSX public beta of UpStereo 2.0, a freeware stereo enhancer plug-in.

Changes in UpStereo 2.0 beta

  • Completely 3D user-interface.
  • Retains usability of traditional 2D design.
  • Movable camera and light – alter the mood of the plug-in.
  • Lays foundation for future 3D interfaces with potential for zoomable, multi-side plug-ins, and realistic 3D copies of hardware devices.

The Mac version of UpStereo 2.0 is PowerPC and Intel Mac compatible, VST to RTAS wrapper compatible, and it runs on PPC Mac Mini (2005) with full lighting and shadows on 1% CPU. Audio Units beta to follow.

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QuikQuak releases UpStereo 2.0 public beta

QuikQuak UpStereo 2

QuikQuak has released a public beta version of UpStereo 2.0, a freeware stereo enhancer plug-in.

UpStereo is a simple, useful tool – it makes your mixes bigger, in stereo width and loudness.
Using three basic basic systems:

  1. A fixed frequency EQ designed to lift the highest audio frequencies, and boost the bass.
  2. A stereo width unit, for expanding stereo sounds so they appear wider and fatter. At extreme levels other characteristics are also brought out of the sound, so this can also be used as a tonal control for individual instruments. This also has a mono setting, useful for squashing up those aggressive samples that take over the mix.
  3. A loudness button that raises the waveform to the limits in a smooth curve. This saturation gives the mix a more perceived loudness, without clipping.

These stages create an overall loudness effect on the final output, so a gain control is included to keep the limits in check.

Changes in UpStereo 2.0 beta

  • Completely 3D user-interface.
  • Retains usability of traditional 2D design.
  • Movable camera and light – alter the mood of the plug-in.
  • Lays foundation for future 3D interfaces with potential for zoomable, multi-side plug-ins, and realistic 3D copies of hardware devices.

The beta of UpStereo 2.0 is currently only available for Windows PC (version 1.01 is still available for Windows and Mac)

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QuikQuak updates all its plug-ins

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QuikQuak Fusion Field

QuikQuak has released updated version of its plug-ins.

The updates include VST-RTAS wrapper compatibility for all plug-ins.

Changes in updated QuikQuak products

  • Frozen interface fix for all six plug-ins. Mac & PC.
  • Rayspace: Mono to stereo crash fix in Logic AU.
  • Pitchwheel: Pointer reset on sequencer play.

The updates are free for registered users.

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QuikQuak updates Pitchwheel to v2.0

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QuikQuak Pitchwheel 2.0

QuikQuak has released version 2.0 of Pitchwheel, a real-time pitch changing plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Pitchwheel v2.0

  • High quality, sample accurate pitch changing.
  • 8 note chords, with low additional CPU resources.
  • MIDI input.
  • New user-interface.
  • Zero offset phase bug fix from 1.1.

Pitchwheel is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) for £35 GBP. A demo version can be found from the QuikQuak website.

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QuikQuak releases Fusion Field v2.0

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QuikQuak Fusion Field

QuikQuak has released version 2.0 of Fusion Field, a smooth diffusion reverb plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Fusion Field v2.0

  • Higher quality.
  • Initial transients smoothed, improving percussion and short diffusions.
  • New distance parameter with realistic attack phase.
  • Better stereo balancing.
  • Enhancements resulting from hundreds of hours in constant revision.

Fusion Field 2.0 is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) and costs £25 GPB. Download a demo version from the QuikQuak website.

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QuikQuak updates Glass Viper to v1.1

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QuikQuak Glass Viper v1.1

QuikQuak has released version 1.1 of Glass Viper, a synthesizer VST instrument with unique and organic synthesis.

Changes in Glass Viper v1.1

  • Clear and easy on the eye UI.
  • Double the amount of presets.
  • Fusion Field reverb built in.
  • Upper frequency filter fixes.
  • Pitch-bend semitone adjustments.
  • Many more optimisations and bug fixes.

Glass Viper is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) and costs £35 GBP. A demo version can be downloaded from the QuikQuak website.

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QuikQuak releases Fusion Field

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QuikQuak Fusion Field

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

A clean, unobtrusive sound with a natural falloff that floats behind, and complements the source material perfectly. Fusion Field is very easy to use, and the main display shows the effects of the dampening and EQ in a plain natural way. The reverberation can be dampened in the upper and lower frequencies, allowing soft sibilance and a graceful, lifting air to the sound.

Fusion Field features

  • A clean stereo reverb, with an even decay.
  • High quality standards, with low CPU resources.
  • Fast editing, for that quick grab effect.
  • A single impulse source quickly gathers a complex diffusion.
  • Intuitively linked Decay and Spread dials.
  • Clear reflected sound, with a fast diffusion build up.
  • Great for adding sheen to vocals, strings and ambiences.
  • Plain visual feedback of filters.
  • Zero latency.
  • Completely reworked and enhanced diffusion reverb, based on RaySpace and Glass Viper.

Fusion Field is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) and costs £25 GPB. Download a demo version from the QuikQuak website.

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