Rast Sound released Evolver

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Rast Sound released Evolver, a self modulating multi-fx plugin that lets you add up to 5 different effects and evolve every single knob with dedicated LFO’s. As you can see in the gif above, you can also visually see the modulation on every knob.

The topology of the processor is built so that you have the master dry/wet knob but also mix knobs for the individual effects where applicable; so you can be as surgical as you want on bringing the fx signal level where you want.

Drag-Drop Effect Chain Order Adjustment
Evolver gives you 5 effects (modulation, delay, distortion, filter, reverb) and a drag-drop functionality to change the order of effects immediately. Drag any effect to any position, holding its name and dropping where you want it. Create your own chain that fits the final sound design you are aiming for.

Modulate Every Effect Knob & See How It Changes
Whenever you click an fx parameter knob on the upper side of the interface, the custom LFO for that parameter immediately appears in the lower part of the interface. Try creating a rate-depth modulated chorus, time variant delay/reverb mixes, time variant damped reverbs, evolving distortion amount, type-cutoff-resonance modulated filters; sky is the limit.

Smart LFO Suite & Dynamic Dry/Wet Modulation
Smart LFO suite follows your motion. Click any fx parameter knob and you can immediately arrange rate, depth, waveform (sine, tri, square, random and slewed random) and wave phases for that specific knob’s dedicated LFO. You can even modulate the master dry/wet knob.

Morphing Filter/Mod Types for the First Time
Evolver can do something really unique and let you morph between filter (lopass, bandpass, hipass, notch) and mod fx types in real time. For example, you can morph between a low pass and band pass filter modulating the filter’s type knob with a dedicated LFO. This sort of approach brings unique sound design opportunities.

Intro: 29€ (intro offer until July 5th)
Regular: 39€

More info here: Rast Sound | Evolver

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