K-Devices Releases Magma Plug-In

US Micro-looper, granular engine, sustainer, and sound warmer in one      30/09/22

K-Devices has released Magma, a new audio effect, as a VST3 and Audio Unit plugin for MacOS and Windows. A spokesperson told us, "Conceived for the most adventurous sound designers, Magma can give sounds a new identity."

Here's more details direct from K-Devices...

Magma is an audio effect that generates sound textures by blending past and present: at the very crossroad between a micro-looper, a granular engine, a sustainer, and a sound warmer, Magma can squash sounds with reverb-like big shaking auras, or sprinkle air and make lines ethereal.

Magma continuously records the incoming signal in a short buffer, it then plays back the content by blending different moments in time, creating a texture. User can set the density and the persistence of the texture, that can sound as a reverb, an infinite sustain, a sort of spectral shadow, creating everything in between dark drones, shimmery textures and weird percussive timbres.
Several parameters let user sculpt the texture: an EQ section, a Temperature knob (a specifically designed distortion adds a noise-based amplitude modulation on higher values), and a Mid/Side knob to handle its weight in space.

Magma is a sound processor with its very own character. Magic when paired with acoustic sounds, it can transfigure all kind of sources in unexpected ways: it will react differently, according to the input. It can either magnify or disintegrate. Magma can be molten lead, screaming metal, frozen wind.

Totem/ Series
Magma is the first plugin from totem/ series by K-Devices: unconventional audio effects coming in a compact format, easy to use, at a lower, convenient price.

Requirements
Available as VST3 and Audio Unit plugin
any 64bits compatible DAW
MacOS (Apple Silicon ready) and Windows
 

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at 19 EUR until November 1st (regular price: 39 EUR)

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