22nd March 2013
- 16 delay lines: The input signal and the 15 first delay lines provide 16 steps. Each step is processed by its own set of effects (saturation, filters, quad modulation, etc.). An extra global delay line can make the obtained pattern loop or can be used to create special effects. The global delay has its own set of effects.
- Three pairs of stereo outputs: The output pairs are Main, Aux, and LFE. For example, if the user likes a particular reverb, the Aux output combined with 2D position tools will let them apply their favorite reverb to add some diffusion on the taps. The LFE output can also be used to split low frequencies and send them to a subwoofer.
- Low frequencies: The Split LF section of EARebound allows "monoizing", reducing, or even cutting low frequencies. The Split LF section will work in stereo mode.
- Presets and Random feature: EARebound offers a selection of categorized presets and a preset manager to quickly save, sort and recall presets. The "Random" pad is designed to be used for instant creativity. Switching from a preset to another or pushing the "Random" pad will trigger a smooth process during which EARebound will do its best to avoid pops, clicks and other artifacts.
Price: €99. It can be purchased at an introductory price of €69 until April 17th, 2013.
More information and demo version available at www.eareckon.com