Arturia says that Efx MOTIONS is a software effect that combines musical movement, mix dynamics, and creative audio tools into a powerful effect plugin.
A spokesperson told us, "Efx MOTIONS empowers musicians to transform their ideas into evolving, captivating music. It breathes life into stagnant tracks with a suite of features, including moving filters, distortion, beat repeating, and more. Your mixes will feel more spacious, responsive, and alive. Give your music the momentum, variety, and pure sonic excitement it deserves."
Here's more details, direct from Arturia...
Make Your Sound Unstoppable
Efx MOTIONS instills life into the sound by creating variations based on shapes. Whether the sound lacks texture, timbre, contour, width, or groove. Motions transforms the static into the evolving.
Bring your music to life
Draw curves and envelopes to animate any sound, create automations and polyrythmic motion to change the feel of your music, and move from stutter to riser to mix widener in a few clicks.
Real-time creative mixing
Use movement to make different elements in your project interact and bounce off each other, making things sit better, evolve dynamically, or dramatically alter your sound.
Sound design deep dive
Stack and weave multiple FX together, trigger beat repeats, and modulate parameters all at once; Efx MOTIONS is somewhere between a full FX chain and an instrument in itself.
Efx MOTIONS takes the idea of adding movement and energy to your music, and transforms it into easy-to-use components that react and co-operate with each other.
5 motion modules
At the center of Efx MOTIONS are its 5 main audio modules, each providing a different type of sound alteration: Filter, Noise, Drive, Volume and Pan.
Efx MOTIONS' Beat Repeat and FX module gives you 5 more ways to get creative with the movement of your tracks, plus 2 FX as insert or send for a sprinkle of sonic coloration.
Pricing and Availability:
$79 (Reg. $99)
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