Sinevibes has released Molecule, its new multi-band processor Audio Unit effect plugin for Mac. Molecule allows you to split the sound into three frequency bands – low, mid, high – and pass them independently through different effects. It includes a vast array of algorithms such as comb filter, chorus ensemble, frequency shifter as well as barber-pole phaser, circuit-bent filter, digital- and analog-style distortion. Each of the three bands also gets its own tempo-synchronised modulator with multiple waveforms and realtime randomisation. Moreover, Molecule lets you store up to eight complete snapshots of itself and switch between them in realtime or via host automation.
iZotope has released the next generation of its industry-standard audio repair toolkit, RX 4. iZotope’s award-winning software transforms flawed audio into pristine, usable material by removing noises, distortions, reverb, and other common audio problems. RX 4 and RX 4 Advanced incorporate significant new workflow-optimizing functionality, leaving more time for creativity in audio and video editing. For anyone in audio post production, broadcast, dialogue editing and mixing, independent filmmaking, or music production, RX 4 can make poorly recorded audio intelligible and ready for primetime.
Eisenberg has released Vier, a software synthesizer that emulates four units of the Doepfer MS-404, a famous German monophonic analog synthesizer from the 1990′s. Even today, the MS-404 has a large fan base and is not only known to insiders. Since the original hardware was monophonic, being able to play four units polyphonic at the same time, Vier fulfills a childhood dream for many musicians.