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Audio Damage Kicks Off Digitalis VST Plug-In Line

New from Audio Damage is the Digitalis line of plug-ins modeled after vintage digital outboard effects. The first two offerings in this series are Discord and Deverb...

November 29, 2004

New from Audio Damage is the Digitalis line of plug-ins modeled after vintage digital outboard effects.

The first two offerings in this series are:

Discord - A model of the first mass-produced pitch-shifter, which was a studio standard found in control rooms the world over. Discord has all the features you know and love from the original, along with added controls to take advantage of the modern DAW environment. Capable of achieving everything from subtle vocal doubling and "stereo-izing" to extreme sound effects.

Deverb - A dark digital reverberator, Deverb is a clever implementation of the reverb paradigm featuring twin filters for extreme shaping of the reverbtail, and MIDI controls allowing rhythmic "playing" of the effect.

Each of the Digitalis plug-ins is available as a VST plug-in for OS X and Windows. Instant downloads of each plug in are US$39.00, or you can buy the pair for US$68.00, and save ten bucks.

For more information, visit their web site at www.audiodamage.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004