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You Wa Shock!

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Exciter / Enhancer Plugin by Red Shine Sound
You Wa Shock!
You Wa Shock! by Red Shine Sound is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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1.0
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30-Day: 19; 7-Day: 22; Yesterday: 28

You Wa Shock! is a VST / Winamp effect plug-in to brighten up and maximize any track.

"Though nothing can bring back the missing particle, You Wa Shock!'s strength is in the behind parts. Excrete excite sound for your tracks. Push harder for a more exciting sound. The knob will go up. You can operate You Wa Shock! as early as possible in the track, or late. The four A B C D settings create new crunch excrete."

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By pkk
December 10, 2020

this is an amazing product and i look forward to a better beat from this i guess its really good yea 100%.

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Comments & Discussion for Red Shine Sound You Wa Shock!

Discussion
Discussion: Active
ryans acne
ryans acne
17 June 2013 at 12:39am

this is a great plugin! i really love the balance of tones even when cranking it.

i really wanted this as a main mastering plugin, but unfortunately, it crashes audition cs6 when exporting a final mixdown :(.

is there some way around this? a possible update? or maybe a tweak to audition's settings?

arkmabat
arkmabat
25 September 2013 at 2:58am

Probably worthy to note that this is actually made by image-line... sort of.

squareshot
squareshot
1 April 2014 at 12:28am

This may be a dead thread, but I just downloaded this plugin and the installer got quarantined by Norton Antivirus. The plugin description is a little... different. But that may be a language issue. Any thoughts?

rocknrollkat
rocknrollkat
29 October 2015 at 1:34pm

Great sound, it hangs up Steinberg when I make any attempt at adjustments, etc.
Too bad, this is a fine plugin !.

Nick Konstant
Nick Konstant
28 June 2016 at 11:01pm

For those who haven't realised yet, this is a very early version of Soundgoodizer.

2:43AM
2:43AM
25 April 2019 at 3:36pm

I miss this plugin. Still have it, and even when bridged, it crashes 64-bit DAWs pretty hard. Wish it would be updated to 64-bit.

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