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Lucifer VST Plug-In from Devine Machine Software

Devine Machine Software, makers of the Devine-Machine loop software, has released Lucifer VST, a repeat/scratch VST effect plugin for both Mac OS X and PC...

September 15, 2004

Devine Machine Software, makers of the Devine-Machine loop software, has released Lucifer VST, a repeat/scratch VST effect plugin for both Mac OS X and PC.

LuciferVST allows you to do stutter, reverse, pitch, scratch, filter, and other effects, all in realtime on a live input or FX track in the host of your choice. The plug-in was designed with live performance in mind so you can easily hold/repeat/manipulate a song or live instrument.

Features:

  • Scratch/stutter/reverse audio on-the-fly from MIDI notes
  • Host BPM / manual Tap BPM sync
  • 6 Incarn graphs (pan/vol/scratch/distort/cut/res)
  • Multiple instances supported
  • Additonal effects (spread/groove/bounce/gate)
  • 4 filter modes (LPF, BPF, HPF, Multi)
  • Infinite Lock-repeat

Lucifer is carries an evil price of $66.66, and includes lifetime free updates.

For more information, visit their web site at www.devine-machine.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004