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EnvelopR by GuDa audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
OS X version 10.7 or newer
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EnvelopR is an envelope based multi effect. The envelopes can be free running like an LFO or triggered by MIDI notes.

Five sections with effects that can be turned on and off individually. Each section can be used alone or in combination with the others:

  • Amp section, perfect for the sidechain ducking effect, always sample accurate.
  • Amp multiband section, sidechain duck just the bass or have the sound moving.
  • Filter section withseveral oversampled high quality filter types.
  • Pan section with easy panoramic movements.
  • Pan multiband section is the multiband version of pan.

No separete download for full version, available in 64/32-bit for Mac OS X 10.7+ in VST/AU and Windows VST 64/32-bit.

The colors in the GUI can be changed from a range of color sets.

Zoom in our out from 25% to 200% GUI size.

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Comments & Discussion for GuDa audio EnvelopR

Discussion: Active
3 June 2017 at 8:20pm

Can anyone who owns/uses this help me out by comparing it to Xfer's LFO Tool or CableGuys Volume Shaper in terms of usability, sound quality, etc? I know all 3 essentially perform the same functions, but LFO Tool has always felt a bit clunky and (for lack of a better word) "weird" to me. Thanks.

10 July 2017 at 9:53am

Download is free so you can just download and try it out.

30 July 2018 at 11:01am

But using it isn't.

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