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.
More information: Little Endian