UJAM has launched Finisher FLUXX, the company's third addition to their series of virtual multi-effects. A spokesperson told us, "You may call this plug-in the evil genius of creative FX. It's designed to bring dead sounds back to life." Here's more details in UJAM's own words...
The Finisher concept combines a handful of macro controls controlling 50 different hyper complex multi-effect chains (called Modes) under the hood. It features 4 individual macro controls per Mode, each controlling a separate sound aspect, making FLUXX an intuitive and fail-proof tool for sound designers and music producers to deconstruct, transform and animate their sounds.
Finisher FLUXX is immediately available in VST, AU, AAX plug-in formats for both macOS and Windows.
Finisher FLUXX Features
FLUXX is a creative effect plug-in that is certain to animate sounds – super-charging them while deconstructing them on a subatomic level – from quirky to epic with
- 50 Finisher multi-effect Modes controlled by macro knobs
- 100 sound designer Presets
- Over 76 effect slots across 2 Busses plus a Master Bus
- Automation and MIDI control to connect hardware
German-American maker of music technology co-founded by Hans Zimmer and Pharrell Williams that develops Virtual Instrument and Effects Plug-ins. With the Plug-in series Virtual Guitarist, Virtual Bassist, Virtual Drummer, Beatmaker and Finisher and a range of software solutions (desktop, mobile, web), UJAM helps people to make music.
Pricing and Availability:
FLUXX is now available for an introductory offer of 69 EUR / USD until November 1st, 2020. After that, the plug-in sells for 99 EUR / USD. The Bundle of three Finishers including FLUXX, VOODOO and NEO is available for 199 EUR / USD (instead of 297 EUR / USD for the single products).
Owners of the Finisher Bundle, NEO and VOODOO are offered a special loyalty price of 49 EUR / USD during the introduction period ending November 1st, 2020.
All Finisher plug-ins can be downloaded in VST, AU, and AAX formats for any compatible DAW, including Logic, Garageband, Cubase, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, FL Studio and Studio One. Free, fully functional 30-day trials are available.
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