Quad VCA For Reaktor Blocks

Amazing Machines' AM105 features continuously variable VCA curves      23/08/16

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AM105 Quad VCA for Reaktor Blocks from Amazing Machines on Vimeo.


Amazing Machines tells us that AM105 is a highly flexible Quad VCA. They say that, sporting Continuously Variable VCA Curves that range from Exponential to Logarithmic and anything in between, AM105 can Link VCA 1 to VCA 2 and VCA 3 to VCA 4, allowing for complex Amplitude Modulation Paths such as Tremolo Effects, Overall Volume Control and Effect Sends.

Features:

  • 1 Reaktor Block
  • 4 Independent VCAs
  • Continuously Variable VCA Curve Control (Crossfades between Exponential, Linear and Logarithmic Curves)
  • VCA 1 to VCA 2 Link Switch (When switched ON, the Output of VCA 1 is connected to the Input of VCA 2, disabling the External Input on VCA 2)
  • VCA 3 to VCA 4 Link Switch (When switched ON, the Output of VCA 3 is connected to the Input of VCA 4, disabling the External Input on VCA 4)


Compatibility:

Native Instruments' Reaktor 6.0.1 or newer (Full Version).

Pricing and Availability:
$9.00

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