Results for SoundToys

Below are the posts that should have something to do with 'SoundToys'.

Note: Use the search form in the top right if you're looking for something specific.

  

SoundToys offers free Little MicroShift + Win H3000 D/SE

SoundToys has announced the release of Little MicroShift, a micro pitch-shifting effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

SoundToys Little MicroShift
Little MicroShift adds massive width, enormous depth, and huge thickness to vocals, guitars, synths, etc.

Little MicroShift™ is three classic versions of the widening/spacial effect of micro pitch-shifting in one super easy to use plug-in, and it’s totally free (for a limited time).

Plus by sharing with your friends, you also get a chance to win a classic piece of gear that featured some of the early classic micro pitch-shifting sounds that inspired this plug-in: An original Eventide H3000 D/SE autographed by two of the original designers (that just so happen to work at SoundToys).

The top runners up will also get prizes like free SoundToys bundles, plug-ins, free upgrades to MicroShift™, and cool SoundToys swag.

The Little MicroShift is a free to download for those with a code until March 29th, 2013.

More information: SoundToys / Little MicroShift contest

comment

SoundToys releases Radiator effect plugin

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Dec 24, 2012 - comment 0 comments

SoundToys has introduced Radiator, a dual drive tube input channel and EQ, based on the classic Altec 1567A tube mixer from the 1960s.

Soundtoys Radiator
SoundToys Radiator Altec tube mixer amp plugin.

The original Altec 1567A hardware was a rack-mounted five-input tube mixer with removable transformers, a simple two-knob EQ, an unmistakable green faceplate, and a whopping 97 dB of gain.

The sound, by today’s standards, is colored and gritty, with a heaping helping of good old fashion hardware noise. In its day, it was used on many early Motown hits, and found its way into the PA racks of countless churches and school auditoriums across the USA.

Radiator brings the classic Altec tube sound to desktop recording rigs, capturing the distinctive warmth and punch of the original hardware. Featuring the modeled bass and treble tone controls from the original unit, a mix control for easy parallel processing, and the saturation and harmonic effects of the original hardware’s input and output amplifiers. All of these different circuit elements interact, allowing a wide range of tones to be created with just a few simple knobs. Plus we let you decide if the original noise is on or off.

Radiator for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AudioSuite) is available to purchase for $129 USD. Users of Little Radiator can upgrade to Radiator for only $49 USD until January 3rd, 2013 (regular upgrade is $89 USD).

More information: SoundToys / Radiator

comment

SoundToys Radiator mixer amp plugin announced

Related: , , , , Posted in news on Oct 29, 2012 - comment 0 comments

SoundToys has announced Radiator, a mixer amplifier effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

SoundToys Radiator

Come see SoundToys at AES in San Francisco, booth #619, and get your badge scanned for a chance to win the new Radiator plug-in. Or pick up a SoundToys bundle at special AES Show Floor prices. You can also see the real gear that inspired the new Boutique Series plug-ins, Radiator and Devil-Loc, and meet the SoundToys crew.

If you can’t make it to the show, well, the official Radiator release is right around the corner, so keep an eye out for that. We’ll have opportunities for everyone who got Little Radiator to upgrade, and some more specials, but in the mean time, here’s a first look at Little Radiator’s big brother.

More information: SoundToys

comment

SoundToys Academic Bundle – Students get Educational Discount on Native Effects bundle + Devil-Loc

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Aug 24, 2012 - comment 0 comments
SoundToys Academic Bundle

SoundToys has announced the availability of its Academic Bundle, a special discounted bundle for students.

If you can prove you’re enrolled as a full-time student at a qualifying institution of higher learning (university or an approved audio production program), you can purchase this special package. Just provide all the details on the Academic order form, and someone in our office will verify it. If all is well, you’ll appear to be smarter than everyone else in your school with your hot new SoundToys plug-ins.

All educational purchases are iLok protected and are available for download only. Downloads will be made available in your SoundToys.com account (which will be created for you) upon approval of your request.

The Academic Bundle is available to purchase for $249 USD.

More information: SoundToys / Academic Discount Program

comment

SoundToys plug-ins updated to v4.1.6

Related: , , , , Posted in news on Jun 25, 2012 - comment 0 comments
SoundToys

SoundToys has updated its plug-ins to version 4.1.6.

We’ve just released version 4.1.6, which is a free update for all customers who currently own V4 versions of our plug-ins and bundles. This update also applies to Devil-Loc and Devil-Loc Deluxe (version 1.x). This update fixes many issues and is recommended for all customers.

To get this free upgrade, log-in to your SoundToys account and you will see the download links for each registered product. Note: if you have not yet upgraded to version V4 of our bundle or individual plug-ins, an upgrade charge may apply.

Changes in SoundToys v4.1.6

  • Fixed issue opening old sessions in Ableton Live.
  • Fixed issue causing “min shift alerts” occurring in EchoBoy.
  • Key hits now go to host if not required by the plug-in. Sonar still blocks them.
  • Fixed issue where key hits caused graphic problems in Cubase.
  • Fixed issue causing double key hits in Ableton Live Mac VST.
  • Simulated analog noise improved in FilterFreak.
  • Other system reliability bugs fixed.

Note: The update introduces a bug for EchoBoy (distorted audio), which appears to only happen at higher sample rates. Users working at sample rates above 48 kHz should remain at the v4.1.5 release.

SoundToys has also announced that 64-bit support for Windows and Mac is in development. The update will be free to current V4 users.

More information: SoundToys

comment

SoundToys launch Little Radiator Contest – get free saturation plugin and more

Related: , , , , , , , , Posted in news on Mar 16, 2012 - comment 0 comments

SoundToys has launched the Little Radiator Official Contest, a chance to win a free saturation effect plug-in and more.

It’s a chance to get a free tube saturation plug-in called Little Radiator™, and to win more cool stuff by giving the free plug-in to your friends.

You might even win the grand prize: PLUGGED FOR LIFE! All SoundToys plug-ins for as long as you live or SoundToys lives.

SoundToys Little Radiator
SoundToys Little Raditor models the classic sound of the Altec 1566A mic preamp

The deadline for entering the contest is March 29th, 2012.

Little Radiator is a free introduction to Radiator, scheduled for release in April, 2012.

This upgrade from Little Radiator is based on the Altec 1567A (the 1566A’s big brother). It’s the next level in this classic sound with extra control and an extra SoundToys twist. Details coming soon.

More information: SoundToys / Little Radiator

comment

SoundToys launches Holiday Bundle Deal

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Dec 12, 2011 - comment 1 comment

SoundToys has announced its Holiday Bundle Deal, a limited time promotion.

SoundToys Holiday Bundle Deal

Buy a SoundToys Native Effects bundle and get Devil-Loc Deluxe for free. $129 value. Offer ends Dec 25th 2011.

All bundles purchased between Dec 1st and Dec 25th will have a free Devil-Loc Deluxe added to the deal. That’s all the cool plug-ins in the bundle including EchoBoy, Decapitator, FilterFreak, Crystallizer, and more, plus the free Devil-Loc Deluxe. Click any of the product links to get more info and “Buy Now”.

Act now before the Holidays and the offer is gone. Also applies to SoundToys TDM Effects.

Devil-Loc Deluxe Promotion for current bundle owners coming soon.

More information: SoundToys

comment