We brought you news of Cherry Audio’s brand new Voltage Modular virtual platform earlier this week and now PSP Audioware has announced the release of 15 modules for it. Here’s the story in their own words…
Those familiar with Eurorack hardware effects already know the great benefits and flexibility of a modular system. With each effects processor as a single module in a multi-module rig, the user can not only arrange them in infinite combinations, but can use virtual “control voltage” cables to connect to various points within the processor. This opens up a world of flexibility, giving the user the creative options unavailable with typical “closed” processors. Cherry Audio’s Voltage modular system can be used in a standalone audio system or in any DAW, with full preset recall, automatability, and other plug-in features.
PSPaudioware’s 15 modules fall into two categories: classic effects modules based on their extensive experience in developing high quality “bread and butter” effects and processor plug-ins and exciting, creative modules that use algorithms from their flagship multieffect plug-in PSP N2O (formerly PSP Nitro) as a starting point and take those effects to the next level. Every algorithm has been adapted, tailored, and expanded to take full advantage of the extraordinary possibilities offered by the modular format and flexibility of the Voltage system.
The initial release of modules includes:
Pricing and Availability:
The modules are available individually or in one of three bundles. Until the end of October PSPaudioware is offering the bundles for the following discount prices:
A very early preview of the upcoming filter and Envelope modules
Analog multi effect unit with real tape delay and oodles of dirty character
Limited edition black synth plus a new audio interface and four FX pedals
Pre Sunroof gig at Superbooth
Chip tune chaos
Pocket-sized synthesis & battery operated beats
Something for the weekend