Ether Just Hit The Stores And The Results It Produces Are Otherworldly
Air Music Tech released a new plugin, Ether, and its reverb on steroids. Compared to other reverb plugins it’s packed with features you’d expect to see. Yet the processing power in its features is where this shines brighter than the rest.
In fact, it packs so many customizable options that creating unique sounds is a breeze. Needless to say, it left us impressed with our time using it. Let’s take a look at what this little beauty can do.
On the top bar, you have standard options to control the reverb. But the options below are where the magic happens. First, you have Pitch shifting options with algorithms to suit the type of audio you route to it. For example, you have options for basses, perks, chords, and textures. Second, you have mod controls that directly affect the pitch-shifting options. For instance, you have different shapes for modulation to follow. Then you have amount and rate options to shape it further.
Third is the delay options with standard controls you’d expect including ping pong. Fourth is the animation controls which is where things get interesting. In this case, it’s shaping the wet sound with options for glitches, ripples, and waves. At this point you’ll make the sound your own, creating unique soundscapes and textures. Finally, the last feature included is a nifty little compressor to level the signal.
In conclusion, this little gem can give you endless possibilities.
At launch, Ether’s price is $49.99 available on Air Music Tech’s website. But the original cost will be £99.99 after a limited time so grab this gem early whilst you can. Air Music Tech is offering 10 free days for you to try it out. Albeit with write noise periodically looping, you can hear it in action before you buy. Take advantage of this.
Air Music Tech’s Ether is a simple-to-use plugin that produces transcendent results. Since exploring the demo, out of the gate we were mind blown by the results of anything we ran through it.
Pitch shifting made vocals sound heavenly with fifths layered through the wet signal. Chords had interesting waves of polyrhythms with the delay settings. Combine that with pitch shifting and animation and they became mystical soundscapes
Summing up it’s an exciting time to be a music producer. Besides with companies releasing amazing products, sound design is becoming less monotonous. If you enjoyed this article why not give it a like and share? We hope to see you back again soon!