Time, Pitch & Filter In One!
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Have you ever wished for a rack full of separate effects in a single plug-in? Welcome to SoundBlender, the ultimate collection of time, pitch, filter and modulation-based effects - all available simultaneously, and in real time. With unparalleled audio quality, SoundToys' exclusive Tri-Modulation Matrix, and tempo-based control, SoundBlender transforms music in ways you've only imagined.
In many ways, SoundBlender does for effects processing what Moog did for synthesis. By combining two channels of intelligent pitch-shifting, delay, panning, amplitude modulation and resonant filtering with a powerful modulation matrix, an almost limitless variety of effects can be created. Used alone, each effect module from SoundBlender would make an incredibly useful effects processor. Used together, the effects are devastating. SoundBlender comes packaged with over 200 preset patches from simple and useful chorus, delay, filter, pitch shift and panning effects to completely unique mind-altering sonic experiences. There is nothing anywhere that sounds like SoundBlender.
SoundBlender includes two plug-ins, PitchBlender and TimeBlender. Each of these plug-ins combines a variety of high-quality signal processing modules with a unique tri-modulation matrix to create a very powerful and flexible signal modification structure.
The reality in most working studios is that time is a precious commodity, and it's often not possible to spend the time necessary to learn all the features of all of the new products in today's recording studios. Because of this, SoundToys spent months creating over two hundred effects processing patches. They take full advantage of the preset manager that's built in to Pro Tools, making it easy to find the sound that you're looking for. These effects presets can be used right out of the box, or can be used as a starting point for your own fine-tuning and experimentation.