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Analogflux is a suite of PC VST audio processing plug-ins designed to deliver the sounds of the analog days using convolution processing to match the response of the original analog gear. This suite consists of TapeBus, Delay, Impulse, Insert and Chorus plug-ins.
This version update features four improvements: refined impulse selection list in the Impulse plug-in; Chorus plug-in's 'mono input' issue fixed (previously it was not working as intended on mono buses); Chorus plug-in also features a different visual design; TapeBus plug-in now features a simple distortion/overload meter.
The Impulse plug-in is a greatly simplified version of Voxengo's Pristine Space 8-channel convolution processor. The Impulse plug-in is a two-channel convolution processor designed to be used on channel inserts and reverb sends. It allows you to load impulses stored in WAV and AIFF audio files, and also offers you a selection of built-in impulses including vintage spring reverb.
Analogflux Suite features:
Voxengo Analogflux Suite is available on-line for USD 79.95.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com