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June 9, 2004
The version update 1.3 for Voxengo's Warmifier plug-in is available for download. This update fixes minor problem and also implements improvements which allow VST automation to run smoothly.
Warmifier is a PC VST plug-in module which processes signal in a way similar to analog valve equipment. This means that you can achieve a classic valve warming effect right in your PC DAW environment.
Warmifier can be applied both to the complete mix and to the individual instruments. You have several parameters at your disposal that allow you to control the strength and the color of the warming effect. Also, you have several valve types to choose from. Each valve type offers a different degree of coloration.
Voxengo Warmifier features:
Warmifier is available for purchase on-line.