18 modules in plugin

Rackwindows Chorus

Rackwindows

Stereo chorus with multi-tap option

ChorusDelayEffectPolyphonic

Rackwindows Console

Rackwindows

Stereo summing mixer

MixerPolyphonicUtility

Rackwindows Console MM

Rackwindows

Stereo summing mixer to work in conjunction with MindMeld's MixMaster

MixerUtility

Rackwindows Golem

Rackwindows

Micro-delayable crossfader

Utility

Rackwindows Holt

Rackwindows

Resonant lowpass filter focussed on low frequencies

FilterPolyphonic

Rackwindows Hombre

Rackwindows

Texas tone and texture

EffectPolyphonic

Rackwindows Monitoring

Rackwindows

Mix checker

Utility

Rackwindows MV

Rackwindows

Dual-mono reverb

EffectReverb

Rackwindows Rasp

Rackwindows

De-Edger, high frequency tamer, acceleration limiter

EqualizerEqualizerFilterSlew limiterPolyphonic

Rackwindows ResEQ

Rackwindows

Resonance equalizer

EqualizerFilterPolyphonic

Rackwindows Tape

Rackwindows

All-purpose tape mojo

DistortionEffectPolyphonic

Rackwindows Tremolo

Rackwindows

Fluctuating saturation curves

EffectPolyphonicUtility


1.1.2

Rackwindows website

User manual

Author: Jens Robert Janke

Author email:

Source code

Changelog

License: MIT

Last updated:

Created:

Popularity: 13,489

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