Sinevibes has announced the availability of a new effect plugin for KORG’s prologue, minilogue xd, and Nu:Tekt NTS-1 synthesizers.

The through-zero flanger Dipole v2 combines two delay lines, with one able to run earlier or later in time relatively to the other, plus a switching feedback signal routing.

Right around the zero time difference between the delays, this algorithm produces a “jet fly-by” effect with positive feedback – or full sound cancellation with negative feedback. Originally, through-zero flanging was achieved using a pair of tape machines, by playing two copies of the same recording and then manually controlling the difference in tape speed and position. In Dipole v2, an LFO with a sine waveform is used to periodically sweep the effect’s time difference parameter.

Changes in Dipole v2

  • Both positive and negative feedback configurations are now supplied in a single plugin with a bipolar feedback control and smooth, real-time routing switching.
  • Added support for stereo signal processing.
  • Increased maximum feedback amount with added auto-suppression to avoid overloads.
  • Improved level balance in comparison to dry input signal.

Dipole v2 is available to purchase for $19 USD. The license allows it to be installed on any number of compatible KORG synthesizers in the user’s personal possession. Also, this new product is a free upgrade to those who already own the previous version.

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