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Audio Damage Releases Liquid Through-Zero Flanger

Audio Damage, Inc. has released Liquid, an analog-style through-zero flanger. Liquid models the original flanging method, where two tape machines were used to create artificial double-tracking effects. Perfect for "stereo-izing" monophonic signals like voice and vintage analog synths, Liquid provides mind-bending flanging at higher feedback settings...

Audio Damage, Inc. has released Liquid, an analog-style through-zero flanger. Liquid models the original flanging method, where two tape machines were used to create artificial double-tracking effects.

Perfect for "stereo-izing" monophonic signals like voice and vintage analog synths, Liquid provides mind-bending flanging at higher feedback settings.

Features:

  • True through-zero flanging
  • Perfect for "stereo-izing" analog synths, electric pianos, and other mono sources
  • Capable of extreme vintage-style flanging effects
  • Full MIDI learn on every parameter for hardware control (VST version only)

Liquid is now available for purchase in the Audio Damage store at US$29.00 for OS X AudioUnits and VST, and Windows VST.

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006