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Doubler Plugin by Ourafilmes
Doubler Doubler
Doubler by Ourafilmes is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
System Requirements
Win XP, pentium 3
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Doubler VST was originally designed to simulate the "80's voice effects" but it is also usable on any sound you desire to explore. It has 3 pitch modulation LFOs with individual rate, delay and pan controls. You blend the output of these LFOs in the color triangle mixer (you can add from 1 to 3 extra "voices" here). If you desire to cut frequencies in the signal output, you have LP and HP filters available. There's also the phase reverse switches that allow you to change the phase of each LFO individually (Note: LFO 2 has naturally its phase reversed in relationship to the other LFOs (1 and 3). The Mode 2 switch transforms the LFOs in stereo mode - use this to wide the effect. You can also control the LFOS final amplification and the mix ratio between the original sound and the extra voices generated by this effect (REMEMBER that if you use this effect in a send BUS you must turn the mix knob to 100%).
With this effect, properly recorded voices stand all over the mix, right "in your face", although giving some space left to the other sounds to sit perfectly around it. Use the spider eyes meters for output level metering.

Full automation, MIDI learn (right-click knobs), zero latency.

This is a 32-bit VST plugin and is not available individually - only included in the FX and Total Packs.

Check the video to see how it works.

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