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Effectrix is a seriously handy mash up tool!
Anyone tapped into the pulse or keeping score of modern electronic music has probably heard of Timo Garcia. Straddling the fine line between underground darling and big room, big tune dance floor arsonist.
"Cool fx to add extra flavor during the creative process."
continues to cement his name in the dance industry and international market as a producer to watch. His previous releases have topped US and UK charts including iTunes.com & Beatport.com.
Effectrix is the perfect tool for sequenced sound manipulations. Tweak your beats, create new rhythms, reverse parts, stretch others, apply delaylines; even create melodies with atonal material. If you like, do it all at once! Have it your way with 14 Candy Effects of Sugar Bytes latest Bang Effectrix, each one providing its own stepsequencer and two modulation-sequencers.
Effectrix as a musical instrument.
See Effectrix as a musical instrument with lots of possibilities for different expressions of existing material. Sounds of any kind can be transformed to exciting beat structures and soundscapes.
Effectrix contains the most innovative loopers so far. Besides classical looping of passages in realtime, loops can also be scratched, stretched, reversed or modulated in loopsize and pitch. All all that very convenient in realtime, without latency, time consuming editing or complex wirings.
Until now not available, now you have it twice: Scratching in realtime. Effectrix gives you two advanced scratching Effects for placing scratches exactly where they belong in your arrangement. In relatime. You dont have to make samples anymore, to scratch them using low-quality freeware or too expensive DJ Software, bounce them, cut them, place them in your song...
Use the Scratch Looper / the Vinyl Effect to scratch your tracks at any time, using different methods and the advanced possibilities that open up using the modulation tracks. The Scratch Looper gives you advanced in-depth controls to create stunning scratches. The Vinyl effect scratches the signal without looping it and serves with the Stop Mode which gives you the classical sound of a vinyl record stopped with your hand. Little hint: use several stops after each other to create the coolest beats.
Effectrix as a groovebox
Use Effectrix to refine your beats, enrich them with scratches or give them further complexity by looping, delaying, or reverberating phrases. Using the Tonal Delay you can create melodies out of any material. The Stutter effect provides classical gating as well as sequenced panning and enveloping (working out transients).
Effectrix as a livetool
Stun you audience with grooving sounds and breaks which needed hours of editing in the past. If you use Effectrix in "Run on MIDI note" mode, the effect sequences will only be played when you hit a MIDI note. That way you can modify your live audio and introduce exciting breaks at any time, either being a DJ, Bandmember or Laptop artist.
Effectrix as a source of inspiration
Dive into the world of endless possibilities opening up with Effectrix. Use Effectrix on the master bus or on single tracks, experiment with several Effectrix instances in chain, trigger effect sequences with midi notes or let Effectrix run permanently. Play with grooves like never before. Put a reverb exactly onto the snare, introduce delay lines on certain places in your groove, create new kinds of sounds by relooping looped or scratched stuff. Effectrix is an instrument with an endeless depth of possibilities.
- 32 step sequencer for activating the effects
- 2 modulation-sequencer for parameter remote for each effect
- 12 subpatterns, triggered via MIDI notes and host automation
- 14 innovative effects
- PC: WinXP/Vista/7 32/64bit, 1GHz,128MB RAM
- Mac: OSX 10.4+, 1GHz, 128MB RAM
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