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Voxengo Debuts LF-Punch VST Plug-In

LF-Punch dynamically emphasizes selected center bass frequencies, performs adjustable amount of phase-shifting and then applies smooth distortion. Optional compression can then be applied to the resulting sound. Note that LF-Punch first splits the broad-band signal into low- and high-frequency bands and applies FX to the lower band only...

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Voxengo LF-Punch is a PC VST format plug-in for music and sounds where low-frequency thump and punch are most welcome.

LF-Punch dynamically emphasizes selected center bass frequencies, performs adjustable amount of phase-shifting and then applies smooth distortion. Optional compression can then be applied to the resulting sound. Note that LF-Punch first splits the broad-band signal into low- and high-frequency bands and applies FX to the lower band only.

This FX can be used with a wide range of program material: various drum tracks, bass tracks, contemporary music mixes: rap, trance, club music; even rock music can benefit from LF-Punch's low frequency adjustments.

Voxengo LF-Punch features:

  • FX center frequency control
  • Phase-shifting module
  • Variable distortion
  • Built-in compressor
  • FX monitoring switch
  • Two processing modes
  • "A-to-B" comparisons
  • Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
  • All sample rates supported
  • Native assembler DSP code

Voxengo LF-Punch is currently available for the introductory price of US$39.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com

By our press release coordinator Sunday June 26, 2005
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