Wolfram is a multi-effect processor utilizing a semi-modular design. It has a wide range of effect algorithms, which can be routed and modulated in a very flexible way.
Wolfram can output professional well-behaved effects but on the other side of the spectrum can also generate crazy, self-oscillating effect drones, perfect as background material.
- A wide array of effects: Distortion, delays, phasing, chorusing, cabinet emulation, flanging, pitch shifting, filtering, panning and everything in between.
- From easy to advanced: Even if Wolfram can look a bit intimidating, it's easy to disable all but the most basic functions in order to just use part of the power of Wolfram. Unused blocks are grayed out for an easier overview.
- Modular design: Blocks can be routed freely anywhere. This also allows for completely separate processing of left and right channels, e.g. use a filtered delay on the left channel and a phased distortion on the right channel.
- Several modulation sources: Two free-running LFOs, two tempo-synced pattern generators and an envelope follower. These sources can be routed to almost all of Wolfram's parameters.
- A flexible internal preset management system allows for using the same presets between DAWs, between Windows and OS X platforms and between VST2/VST3/Audio Unit versions of Wolfram.
Pricing & Availability
Wolfram is available for both OS X (Mac) and Windows platforms. A free demo version can be downloaded from the Wolfram website. The regular price for the commercial version of Wolfram is $80 but there's a special offer for readers of KVR: For one week (up until April 26th, 2012) you can use a discount coupon when purchasing Wolfram. Use "kvr" as the coupon code and you will get Wolfram for only $50.