Sugar Bytes – FX Bundle VST2, VST3, AAX
Release Year/Date : 09.14.2022
Version : Variety
Developer : Sugar Bytes
Developer Site : Sugar Bytes
Format : VST2, VSTi3, AAX
Bit depth : 64bit
Tablet : Cured [VR]
System Requirements : Win 7+
Size: 45.5 MB
We founded Sugar Bytes to make and provide the best instruments for all of our musical friends. Better sounding, better looking audio software that is easier to use and cheaper than anything out there. Simply great products that can do more with fewer buttons, that have more features with fewer instructions, that are just more fun and cheaper. Sugar Bytes Tools should save you time and money by giving you more creative freedom and inspiring everyone to make more music. Because music is the sugar in life’s coffee!
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• WOW2 v2.2.6Everything you need in a filter box – and nothing more – in a compact GUI that gets you started right away. All 21 filters reproduce amazing analog sound with huge resolution and no distortion. From a singing crest to a cool 8-pole low pass filter, from a messy Diode MS to a gnarly 030, WOW2 has every filter you could want. And they all operate in vowel mode, displaying a wide range of humanoid sounds.