KROTOS Dehumaniser 2

KROTOS Dehumaniser 2

Jan 18, 2018 - 11:21

 

Dehumaniser 2 is a powerful vocal processing tool perfect for a range of vocal effects, from monsters to robots and many more. Utilising incoming live or pre-recorded signals, the software allows you to rapidly create seamlessly layered effects by using presets or dive right in to customization by linking virtual patch cords to interactive effects modules. Dehumaniser 2 features proprietary effects like Scrubbing Convolution and Spectral Shifting that deliver dramatic results and offer totally new avenues for creative design.

With 10 essential modules, and over 100 impactful presets, renowned sound designers have used Dehumaniser to bring other-worldly characters to life in blockbusters like Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Jungle Book, Far Cry 4, and Doom. This versatile tool eliminates the difficulty of setting up complex processing chains, and allows designers to jump right into the creative work. Dehumaniser is an all-in-one solution that puts vital vocal design features at your fingertips, making it the ideal plugin for use in film, TV, video games, live performance, and more.

Advanced sound design. VST/AU/AAX Plugin. Modular node-based system.

Free demo available: https://www.krotosaudio.com/products/dehumaniser2/

About KROTOS:

Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Krotos develops innovative technologies that fundamentally advance the art of sound design. Featured in blockbusters like Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Jungle Book, Far Cry 4 and Doom, Krotos’ Dehumaniser has wowed Hollywood and the video game industry by making it possible for actors to perform otherworldly creature voices. Dehumaniser Live, the middleware plugin for interactive media, made its debut at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in The Life of Us, a VR experience from Within. Reformer, Krotos’ latest innovation, makes it possible for sound designers to perform a library of sound effects with their voice or any other audio input. Paula Fairfield, sound designer on Game of Thrones called Reformer “insanely awesome”.

 

 

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