Barber-Pole Flanger For Korg Synths

Sinevibes releases Eternal effect plugin for prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1      15/06/21

Sinevibes has announced the availability of Eternal barber-pole flanger, a new effect plugin for KORG plugin-capable synthesizers. Unlike a traditional flanger which has its tone repeatedly go up and down, a barber-pole flanger goes upwards or downwards in a seemingly endless fashion. Sinevibes tells us that to accomplish this unique effect, Eternal employs a thoroughly calibrated low-frequency oscillator with six output signals which modulate and crossfade three flangers – and they do this in a very special way. Since these oscillators have a "through-zero phase" design, Eternal can go from downwards to upwards motion and back completely seamlessly.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Studio-grade DSP algorithms, calibrated specifically for KORG's hardware platform.
  • Individually chosen mapping for every plugin parameter, providing a very natural feel.
  • Built-in lag filters for noise-free, ultra-smooth parameter adjustment.
  • Optimized for maximum performance and stability on each individual device type.

 

COMPATIBILITY

  • KORG prologue
  • KORG minilogue xd
  • KORG Nu:Tekt NTS-1

 

Pricing and Availability:
Eternal is now available for $19. Existing Sinevibes customers are also eligible for special upgrade pricing.

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