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Analogflux is a suite of PC VST audio processing plug-ins designed to deliver the sounds of the analog days. In the core of these processors, Voxengo used 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 1.1 update fixes minor issues (including user interface freezing) and introduces new elements to the plug-ins of the suite, including a variety of new factory presets. All plug-in filenames were shortened for more convenience. If you wish to use these newer versions with the previous projects you should use plug-in's Presets menu to store the setting in a file and then load it in the newer plug-in version via the same Preset menu.
The Impulse plug-in now features more internal impulses which were taken from several high-end analog devices. The Bypass switch has been added to the plug-inas well. New tape impulses were added to the TapeBus plug-in as well.
Analogflux Suite features:
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com