New Sinevibes Plugin For KORG Synths

US Blend v2 multi-voice chorus is available for prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1      08/01/24

Sinevibes has announced Blend v2, an all-new version of its multi-voice chorus effect plugin for KORG prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1. This is what they have to say about it...

The algorithm in Blend v2 is comprised of four fully independent layers – two per channel – modulated by four parabolically-shaped oscillators with proportional phase offsets. The multi-layer pitch detune effect is emphasized by separate feedback loops in each stereo pair of layers, as well as partial signal crosstalk between the channels. With such a unique setup, this algorithm creates deep unison and ensemble effects with great density, natural smoothness, and lush stereo field. The parameter range is extremely wide, making the plugin capable of both subtly detuned as well as highly dissonant sounds.

What's new in v2
- Upgraded configuration from 3x mono layers to 4x layers in stereo
- Added 20% feedback in each pair of stereo layers
- Added 25% signal crosstalk between left and right channels
- Extended modulation frequency and depth parameter range
- Depth parameter mapping changed from linear to quadratic
- More balanced output signal level in relation to other modulation effects

- KORG prologue
- KORG minilogue xd

Pricing and Availability:
Blend v2 is immediately available for $19. The new plugin also is a free upgrade for those who already have the previous version.

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