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News: Sugar Bytes release Turnado

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Sugar Bytes have announced the Turnado. A multi-fx plug for mac and pc.

To quote their website:

“Turnado is a revolutionary multi-effect tool, crafted especially for massive real-time audio manipulation. It combines unique and dynamic effects with the most intuitive and immediate control you can imagine. Just turn it on and crank it up.
In the studio, simply dial in your effect from a super-sweet selection of 24 pro-quality algorithms, then mash up your audio content with minimum fuss, quickly adding dynamic variation to your arrangements. Take it to the stage and unleash Turnado’s true power. With instant access to eight effects and immediate control over key parameters, Turnado is guaranteed to cause devastation on the dance floor, shredding beats and crunking breaks to insane proportions.

The idea is simple:
Turn a knob and the effect is on.
Turn the knob further to adjust effect parameters and apply modulations.
Turn the knob down and the effect is off”

I have to say, the idea is really good. Here are the features:
– 24 effects that you can drag and drop into any one of eight knobs
– Each knob can be also assigned to various modulation and effect parameters (so that you can control all of them with the one knob)
– You can control all 8 knobs with one fader! THINK OF THE DESTRUCTION!
– Two LFO/Stepsequencers and one Envelope Follower per effect.  They can be assigned to any effect parameter!
– Each effect features a dry/wet control as well

For more info, check out their website directly

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Written by majorshake

May 31, 2011 at 9:26 am

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