Krotos

Krotos has updated Dehumaniser 2, the powerful vocal processing tool ideal for a range of vocal effects, from monsters to robots and more, to v1.3.1.

Utilising incoming live or pre-recorded signals, the software allows you to rapidly create seamlessly layered effects by using presets or dive right in to customization by linking virtual patch cords to interactive effects modules.

New in v1.3.1

For the software's v1.3.1 update Krotos added a full range of new presets covering 'Speaker' and 'Transparent' dialogue presets, as well as specialised music presets for processing lead and backing vocals. Sound Designers Damjan Mravunac and Tyler Hoffman have contributed their own artist presets.

New Presets:

  • 10 new dialogue presets including 'Speaker' and 'Transparent' categories.
  • 14 new music presets for processing lead and backing vocals in your tracks.
  • 19 new artists presets from sound designers Damjan Mravunac and Tyler Hoffman.

New Demo:

New Updates:

  • Fixes to increase the stability of the plugin.
  • Various fixes to session recall.
  • Settings.dat file added by default for all OS X users.
  • Improved touch automation support.
  • Improved reset values for parameters.
  • OS X Catalina support.
  • Studio One support.

Tyler Hoffman (Sony / Insomniac Games) comments:

When Krotos approached me to create presets for a Dehumaniser update, I wanted to start from scratch to create a selection that I could use without needing other material to make the overall sound. I found that creating robotic patches for dialog were the easiest with the best results. There are a few more patches that would require some tweaking to fit a voice or whatever audio is preceding the plugin (Mechanical Dragon & Rock Golem). My favorite preset created would have to be the ExtraTerrestriWhale; which is used to sound like a space whale... obviously.

Special Price

To celebrate this new update, Dehumaniser 2 has 40% off its regular price, making it $239.40. Please see here for more info.

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