Pulsar Modular All Plug-Ins v2022.06.16
Lunar Lander- BBD Delay, Plate Reverb plug-in v2.1.3
Breathtaking bucket-brigade Device (BBD) analog delay, plate reverbs (3 sizes) and Class A and Class A/B saturation emulation plugin. Easy to use 3-in-1 combo guitar-like pedal.
P42 Climax Line Amp v3.84
Pulsar Modular P42 Climax is an innovative multifaceted powerstrip for tone shaping/coloration, saturation and conjures more of the idea of working with hardware. P42 Climax begins with the heartbeat of a hardware line amp, and ends on every single track because it has the cpu coverage to do so (more than 300 instances in a single session). Sculpt your perfect sound whether processing a single instrument, grouped tracks, the 2-bus or even when mastering. The sound is simply… unbelievable!
P565 Siren Filter Set v0.9.9
P565 Siren features high and low pass filters with selectable slope and tunable musical resonance that brings you into the realm of some of the most sought after resonant filters and beyond. It also features two notch/peak filters designed for precise adjustment and creative expression. Each of these filters can be dynamically modulated based on an external input signal or the built-in dual envelope followers with fine control over attack, release, amount and speed characteristics. These features accumulate to a powerful creative use that ranges from subtle movement to funky rhythmic enhancement while still covering phasing, flanging and resonance sweeps.
P914 FFB v1.5.3
At a time when Bob Moog and others were pioneering the concept of voltage control for oscillators, filters, amplifiers, and more, Bob Moog again broke the mold and conceived a fixed filter bank; no voltage control! This was not an equalizer although it had certain visual characteristics of one. No, the intent of the FFB was to enhance the primary signal, adding harmonics at specific frequencies or removing them at others. This was a time when musicians and engineers were struggling to come to terms with the new synthesizers charging across the music industry and how to employ them in the composing and performing world. Some wanted completely new and never before heard sonic landscapes to push themselves and their audiences into new worlds of musical experience.