59 hours left on our Indiegogo campaign. We realized that we most probably won’t reach our funding goals (lol) but at least we hope to get enough to pay for the most important license, the Juce c++ library, we’re almost there… just need a little push over the edge.
We’re more than halfway through the development of Midsider 2.0, donors get to try the alpha release no matter the perk or size of the donation, so jump on now to save some bucks on a couple of up and coming plugins and support three very lovely people in the process!!!
We have released two new plugins where we play around with the Haas effect, HaasPan and pHaasE.
HaasPan will pan mono signals with psycho-acoustics, the effect simulate the way we perceive direction in real life and will at times sound more natural than a standard pan knob.
pHaasE will delay the side information and thereby create a whole new stereo-image. This is a highly experimental plugin and should be treated with care. The result can be both stunning as it can be dreadful.
Both plugins are free but we’ll be very happy if you choose to donate, THANK YOU!
Just in time for christmas we have this little spin off product ready, so go ahead and put it under your tree.
Lazy Kenneth will help those who don’t know how to use, or are too lazy to use sidechain to handle heavy basslines that collide with the bass drum in 4/4 music. That is music where you put a bass drum on all fours, techno, house, trance, minimal, tribal and so on. Put Lazy Kenneth on the bassline track and it will automatically duck the signal when the bass drum hits. You could place a LK on all tracks except the bass drum for some real heavy pumping effect.