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Density

Granular harmonizer Plugin by Sound Particles
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Density by Sound Particles is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Product
Version
1.1.2
Minimum:

OS: Windows 10 or higher
Format: AAX Native, AU, AUv3 and VST3
CPU: 2-core or higher
RAM: 4 GB or higher
Disk Space: 200 MB

Recommended:

OS: Windows 10 or higher
Format: AAX Native, AU, AUv3 and VST3
CPU: 4-core or higher
RAM: 8 GB or higher
Disk Space: 200 MB
Product
Version
1.1.2
Minimum:

Mac OS X 10.13 or higher
Format: AAX Native, AU, AUv3 and VST3
CPU: 2-core or higher
RAM: 4 GB or higher
Disk Space: 200 MB

Recommended:

OS: Mac OS X 10.13 or higher
Format: AAX Native, AU, AUv3 and VST3
CPU: 4-core or higher
RAM: 8 GB or higher
Disk Space: 200 MB
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Density (AAX, AU and VST) is an audio effect plugin that creates various layers of sounds based on the input. With great results in stereo and fantastic ones in immersive, this plugin allows artists to create incredible sounding ensembles based on a solo input and get incredible spatialization.

Density creates various layers of sounds based on a single track. Using our granular technology, It's now incredibly easy to increase the density of sounds on your tracks, with beautiful results.

From music to sound design, from stereo to Dolby Atmos, Density is a plugin that you definitely want in your toolset.

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