|Developer||Woodman's Immaculate Maple Syrup Studio|
|Type / Tags||Delay-Pitch Shifter-ModulatorBucket-Brigade DelayLFO ModulationPitch ModulatorPitch ShifterSidechain Modulator|
minimum MacOS 10.9 64-bits
minimum iOS 9.3
The Woodulator is a delay and pitch shifter inspired by analog bucket brigade delays. It also includes 2 versatile modulators.
Pitch shifting is obtained by increasing or decreasing the clock in the delay line and not by FFT calculations.
Although the standalone app can be used as such, it is mainly intended as the license for the AAX, AU and VST plugins which can then be used by any DAW on all your Macs (as long as the standalone app is downloaded from the Mac App Store on that Mac).
- Has 2 pitch shifters which can go up or down according to a harmonic scale or in chorus mode.
- Modulator source can be internal LFO or external side chain.
- Modulator destination can be pitch frequency, pitch amplitude, delay amplitude, panning. or feedback amount.
- Modulation of pitch frequency can be up, down or both.
- Pitch shifters have Reverse mode.
- Delay line color can be set with LP/HP/BP filter and Saturation level.
- Includes HP and LP filters on the input signal.
- Includes LP filter on pitch out signals.
- BPM can be set, tapped or synced by the DAW host.
- LFO Square has slew-rate control. (control at 100% generates triangle waveform).
- LFO's have convenient beat/bar timing popup.
- Delay and pitch signals can be panned L-R on a stereo bus/track.
- Delay and pitch shifter timing can be synced to the bar or re-synced manually (playing live).
- Presets can be stored in iCloud Drive (makes them available on all your devices).
- Presets can be switched with MIDI Program Changes.
- Major controls can be set with MIDI CC messages.
- Mac version has a surround and 3D panning section.
Reviewed By mariush
December 13, 2018
Wow... where to start! Woodulator is a combination of delay and pitch-shifter. It has two pitch-shifting paths that can feed back into the delay line and get modulated in various ways using two separate LFOs. The result can be anything from a fantastic sounding delay to eerie chorus effects. The range of possible effects is huge. Also worth mentioning is the fact that all of the delay and modulation times can be set within the tempo grid and the pitch shifting in clean intervals, which makes it easy and fast to use musically. The "resync" options add interesting possibilities.Read more