Creative Sound Design Tool Expands Its Realm

Transformizer Pro is now available for VST and AU DAWs as well as AAX      11/01/18

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Following up on the initial launch at AES 2017, Transformizer Pro now covers VST and AU-based hosts, as well as AAX.

Transformizer Pro is a brand-new approach to sound design based on creative manipulation of layers of audio, using multiple effect parameters. The Transformizer team tells us that, since its introduction, several high-end studios, including Skywalker Sound and Lime Studio, have embraced Transformizer Pro and incorporated it as one of their go-to tools for sound design tasks in their production workflow.

The conceptual approach has been conceived by co-founder and Creative Director, Lars-Bo Kjær, who is a seasoned and highly professional sound designer with an impressive list of client credits that include companies like IKEA, Volkswagen, Carlsberg, Coca Cola and many others. He has this to say,

"I was tasked with developing a particular range of sounds for a TV Series for one of my clients. The twist, however, was that it had to be a set of eight seemingly similar sounds – yet distinctly different and unique. I searched low and high for a tool that could help me carry out the idea I had in mind, but realized that it did simply not exist. Therefore, I decided to create that tool myself, and Transformizer Pro is the result. A result that I am extremely pleased with and one that helps me every day on my productions. And now, I am happy to announce that it is finally available to everyone working with AAX, VST or AU hosts."



Pricing and Availability:

Transformizer Pro is currently available as a free 14-day trial, and a permanent license retails at $599.

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