Little Endian has announced the release of SpectrumWorx version 2.1 in the form of a VST effect plug-in. This release includes both Windows and MAC OS X version. Enjoy!
Branded as “the ultimate sound mangler”, SpectrumWorx is said to represent Little Endian’s latest advances in the frequency domain effects processing. Version 2 has been rebuilt from the ground up since being acquired from DelayDots, the company says.
Description: SpectrumWorx is a modular effect processor that works exclusively in the frequency domain. Two things make SpectrumWorx vastly different from other effects processors: its ability to manipulate the frequency domain and its modularity.
Working in the frequency domain lets us reach the very heart of the sound. Every single frequency is available for examination and modification. When we say “modular”, we mean modules – individual small, simple (and not so simple!) self-contained boxes (effects), which we can combine, arrange and re-arrange in so many ways – and of course, every arrangement gives us a new and totally different sound. With over fifty modules, there is a nearly infinite number of combinations available. Once the modules are set up – the game isn’t over. Every module has a number of its own controls which can easily be twisted and turned until the last drop of sonic power is squeezed from the input sample. When at last sonic perfection has been achieved, users can save their masterwork as a SpectrumWorx preset file for future use and even share it with friends.
Features: Over fifty modules (pitch shifter, classic vocoder, wah-wah, robotizer, wobbler, autotune, reverser, etc.).
Sophisticated engine optimized for low CPU usage.
Flexible Preset browser.
Over 100 presets.
Highly configurable LFOs.
External audio support.
Presets in XML format.
Detailed User’s Guide.