Last week or so they announced Spectre, an expansion pack for Falcon and today they unveiled Thorus, a new polyphase modulation effect for Mac and PC (VST, AU, AAX plugin formats).
Available now at an introductory price of $49 / 49€ ($79 / 79€ after July 3rd). Thorus “was designed as the next evolution of the chorus effect, building on a state-of-the-art algorithm and advancements made in the development of Falcon and Sparkverb.”
I grew up listening to modulated string machines, electric pianos and early synths, and I always loved the creamy touch provided by onboard and pedal effects.
Thorus looks like a very flexible and powerful tool and I’m really looking forward to hearing what it can do.
In their words “a variable 8-voice architecture provides an extremely clear and detailed effect capable of generating a wide range of modulations from a typical 2 or 4-voice chorus up to a thick and immersive 8-voice configuration.”
Thorus boasts two operational modes; Standard provides a typical sound stage reflective of the input material where the optional Wide mode enhances the stereo image to great effect, capable of generating tremendously deep, modulating spaces.
A selection of starting-point presets suitable for a wide range of material from vocals, guitars and synths to drums and electronic instruments is included along with an A/B preset comparison switch.
Thorus is available at an introductory price of $49 / 49€ through July 3rd at uvi.net (regularly $79 / 79€). Additional information is available on the UVI web site.
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