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Sugar Bytes updates Turnado to v1.5 incl. AAX + Limited Time Deal

Sugar Bytes has announced version 1.5 of its Turnado multi-effect audio manipulation plugin, in collaboration with beat-boxer and vocalist Beardyman, who requested lots of useful improvements and features.

Sugar Bytes Turnado
Sugar Bytes celebrates the Turnado update with a limited time promotion.

Beardyman about the update:

“There is quite simply nothing like Turnado on the market, so when it came to developing a multi-effects solution for the ground-breakingly complex live-looping system I’ve just finished building for my live shows, I was relieved to discover that Turnado was exactly what I needed to produce music live, in real time. Turnado’s control methodology and super low CPU overhead make it the only viable solution, and luckily it sounds amazing! Preset changes happen in under 2 ms, meaning one instance of Turnado can provide a world of options. However, there were many small, subtle but important changes I needed to be made to Turnado, and fortunately the guys at Sugar Bytes were eager to enhance Turnado with my suggestions and fulfilled and elaborated on many of the features I requested. Features have been added, existing features have been extended or enhanced and there have been some and extra modes implemented deep within the engine which all make Turnado my all-round desert-island multi-effect.

The Tonalizers can now snap to a variety of scales, and keys, quantisation parameters have been extended, the knobs can now send midi to enable Turnado-style automation-lane based morphing of any plugin in your DAW, LFO’s can now be made to snap rigidly to the host’s alignment, extra rhythmic subdivisions have been added to loopers and the stutter module, new delay and reverb modes have been added to enhance their usability and new sync options have been optimised in the form of extra modes.

As a true Turnado power-user, I can safely say that version 1.5 is a notable leap forward for an already world-beating plugin. If you don’t have it in your arsenal then I’m guessing you simply don’t own a computer.

So, in return for their invaluable input in helping me build my dream live rig, I’ve agreed to share some of my precious presets with you, you lucky human!”

Changes in Turnado v1.5

  • AAX Support for ProTools.
  • Gain control.
  • New filter modes for Pitch Delay.
  • New ‘Beardyman’ Filterpattern mode.
  • New Filterpattern Sweep Range option.
  • New Pitch Delay input options.
  • Multi Mode Filter added to Reverb.
  • New LFO Speed Multiplier.
  • New LFO host sync option.
  • Tonalizer scales added.
  • Tonalizer rootnote option added.
  • New Guitar amp limiter.
  • Pan modes in Spectralizer.
  • New Sync options for several FX.
  • MIDI out option.

Turnado for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available to purchase for only 99 EUR/$119 USD until July 31st, 2012 (regular 139 EUR/$179 USD).

More information: Sugar Bytes / Turnado

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Sugar Bytes Cyclop Synth out now

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Sugar Bytes has released its Cyclop virtual synthesizer for Windows and Mac.

A powerful monster that has grown out of all the sounds in the universe. And with it comes bass — lots of it. Synthesis in its purest form. Spectral, digital, or fat analog. Use your own samples as a wavetable, throw effect sequencer orgies, drop on filters and make wobble basses never heard before. Cyclop is here to create new sound. Wrap your bass around your drums like melted sugar around a hot chili pepper. Cyclop is monophonic and it will blow your mind. Wobble bass? Dubstep? Do something completely new!

Sugar Bytes Cyclop
Cyclop synth bass playground for seriously heavy, twisted and wobbly basslines.

Cyclop features

  • New kinds of modulators like the Wobble Generator and the Sound Knob.
  • FX-Sequencer, also to be controlled by the FX-Knob.
  • 6 Synthesis Engines: Saw Regiment, Analog Sync, FM, Transformer, Spectromat, Phase Stressor
  • 10 state of the art Filter types, plus vowel mode.
  • Routing Module for Synth / Filter patching, including Overdrive.
  • Suboscillator, Bassprozessor, one-view modulation-flow.
  • Recommended by BoysNoize, Skrillex, Peaches, Modeselektor, SiriusMo, Mouse on Mars, Biohazard.
  • Over 800 presets included, most of them from various artists.
  • Cyclop comes as standalone application and VST/AU/RTAS/AAX plugin.

Cyclop is available to purchase for 119 EUR / $139 USD.

More information: Sugar Bytes / Cyclop

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Third Party Developers on Reason’s Rack Extensions

Propellerhead Software has posted a video featuring various third party developers who are working on bringing their products to the Reason platform with Rack Extensions.


3rd party devs on Rack Extensions: Rob Papen, Magnus Lindström (Sonic Charge), Dave Spiers (GForce), Kurt Kurasaki & Makoto Kobayasgi (Korg), Angus Hewlett (FXpansion), Rico Baade & Robert Fehse (Sugar Bytes), Niklas Odelholm (Softube), Urs Heckmann (u-he).

Meet some of the developers bringing Rack Extension devices to Reason’s rack! Rack Extensions allow 3rd party developers to bring their expertise, sounds, and inspiring workflow into Reason by merging some of the best elements of typical plugin expandability with the best elements of Reason’s ongoing commitment to stability, efficiency, and musicality.

In this video you’ll get a look at some of the first Rack Extensions to arrive in Reason’s rack, hear direct from the developers themselves and, most importantly, see just how massive this expansion will be for your music.

More information: Propellerhead / Rack Extensions

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Music Bundle Box announced – plugins bundle at 80% off

Music Bundle Box has announced a discounted plug-in bundle featuring products from various audio software developers, including Crysonic, SugarBytes, Blue Cat Audio, Audiffex, SFX Machine, eaReckon, Timeworks, Melda Production, and Intelligent Devices.

Music Bundle Box

Inspired and motived by the successfull ‘Mac Bundle Box’, Music Bundle Box is about to release a bundle with 80% price reduction. The bundle price will be around 150$. Plus, 5% of the benefits will be gave to the charity UNICEF.

This might seem a huge difference; but this effort is balanced by the amount of developpers present in the pack and one must admit it is a successful formula for all parties.

Musicians and producers also want to discover new softwares to inspire their creativity. These kind of bundles promotions are a great way to do this. So, in order to respond to this large demand, we decided to provide a great deal between developers and musicians.

This will be possible with a large number of email subscriptions. Musicians, composers, music producers, take the opportunity! Suscribe now to the Newsletter, you will be uptated as soon as we achieve this limited offer this fall.

More information: Music Bundle Box

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Findremix & Sound Avenue launch dPen – “Vasanizome” Remix Contest

Findremix has announced the dPen – “Vasanizome” Remix Contest in collaboration with Sound Avenue.

dPen Vasanizome Remix Contest

Findremix and Sound Avenue have teamed up to launch a remix contest of Greek top producer dPen. His tracks enjoy, among others, the support of John Digweed Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Laurent Garnier, Nick Warren, Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren and Paul Van Dyk. His sound has something unique as he combines tech beats with a progressive feeling and hunting melodies. Every song is a small story that reflects feelings and emotions.

Sound Avenue is a relatively young Belgian label that was founded last summer by the guys behind Mitrinique & Yunta. In a short time they have built a solid reputation with releases & remixes from producers such as Sound Process, Nikko Z, Andy Arias, Martin Garcia, Liz Cirelli, Petar Dundov, Deepfunk and many others. Each release is supported by a lot of a-list DJs. SA wants to give the possibility to new unknown producers to have their remix on the upcoming dPen release!

Official sponsors for this competition are SoundCloud, Prime Loops, Sugar Bytes and Camel Audio.

The submission phase begin April 30th 2012 and ends on May 14th, 2012 23:59:59 GMT +1 (Central European Time).

More information: Findremix

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Sugar Bytes announces Cyclop wobble synth plugin

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Sugar Bytes has announced Cyclop, a “wobble synthesizer” instrument for Windows and Mac.

Sugar Bytes CYCLOP

It’s a monophonic monster, armed to the teeth with jaw dropping effects and wobblier than a jelly on a space hopper.

CYCLOP is the scratch-looping, sample-mashing, sub-generating, harmonic-splicing mothership of the twisted bass alliance and it’s landing on your desktop soon.

With masses of new sounds for you audio-junkies, from screaming analog syncs through brutal FM sounds to scintillating spectral shimmers. The integrated sampler also works as wavetable synth and pitch transformer for creating unbelievable and disturbing monster voices. CYCLOP is more than massively loaded with features: 10 incredible filters, unique wobble generator, feedback processor, 3 overdrives and an effects sequencer.

Cyclop is schedulded for release in Spring 2012.

More information: Sugar Bytes

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Sugar Bytes launches Xmas Deals 2011

Sugar Bytes has launched the Xmas Deals 2011, a limited time promotion.

Sugar Bytes Xmas Deals 2011

To celebrate Xmas we’re offering some incredible discounts on the entire Sugar Bytes range.

Pick up ‘Turnado’, winner of Music Tech and Computer Music awards, for only $149 as well as some more advanced plugins like Consequence, Artillery or Guitarist for a mind boggling $129!

Make this Xmas a little bit sweeter on the ears, check out the full range of Sugar Bytes products and amazing Xmas prices. This offer expires on december 31st.

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