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Voxengo Vintage Modulator is a stereo modulation PC VST plug-in which features 8 operators (4 for each output channel) with carefully designed modulation capabilities. This allows Vintage Modulator to create a range of chorus, phaser and flanger modulation effects applicable to almost any program material imaginable.
Another feature of Vintage Modulator is its 'through time zero' design, which allows you to run the modulation signal ahead of the dry unmodulated signal. This, in turn, allows you to get various unusual mix combinations of dry and wet signals - ranging from comb-filtering to pre-echo effects, which may sound especially creamy with pad-like synth sounds.
Vintage Modulator features:
Vintage Modulator is currently available for the introductory price of US$21.95 which will expire on 21-mar-2005.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com