Audio Damage has released QuatroMod, which is described as "a convenient one-stop shop for all your modulation needs".
Audio Damage took their Liquid through-zero flanger, Fluid multi-mod chorus, Vapor diffusion chorus, and FreqShift frequency shifter (from the Eurorack hardware line) and put them all in one plug-in, to create a powerhouse of stereo-insert modulation:
- Flanger: The through-zero flanger mode is our Liquid plugin in all its glory, with Haas Effect "Offset" control and invertible feedback for extra widening.
- Chorus: The chorus mode, based on our original chorus product, Fluid, later extended in to the Dimensions module for Eurorack, has six delay lines modded at different rates for one of the thickest stereo choruses available. The DIM-D mode does what you'd expect, changing the topology to match that venerated box, but with all the control of a modern chorus.
- Diffusor: Our Vapor plugin, recreated here as the Diffusor mode, is essentially the diffusion block from a reverb, rewired to act as a chorus. The secret snare weapon of many a producer, this mode is an unique effect that will reward experimentation.
- FreqShift: One of our most popular Eurorack-format hardware modules, here thoroughly reworked for the DAW context. Once you use this mode in a slight upwards shift on pads, and you'll never use anything else.
QuatroMod has a vector-based resizable user interface, Retina- and 4K-capable scaling, and a platform-agnostic preset mechanism and is available for 32/64-bit VST and VST3, and 64-bit AAX for Windows 8 or greater, and as a 32/64-bit AU/VST/VST3/AAX for OS X (10.8 or greater). QuatroMod for iOS coming soon.
Price: $49.00. An upgrade from Liquid, Fluid or Vapor is available for $10.00 here.