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Spinn - Multiband Modulator by Klevgränd

Klevgränd released Spinn - Multiband Modulator! This is a multi-band emulation of the Leslie cabinets with a rotating chamber. Unlike Eventide's Rotory Mod, Spinn is not trying to fully replicate the Leslie and is instead exploring their own territory with the effect.

That effect is very hard to describe, but fortunately it arrives with a trippy Monty Python preview.

Spinn - Multiband Modulator App Store Description:

Spinn is a 4 band rotating modulation effect. It’s a bit similar to a Leslie but not aiming to replicate this character. 4 rotors with individual speed controls, acceleration and deceleration times, adjustable size and modulation. Each band also has a velocity control, which will adjust the speed according to the bands input level. Spinn features custom amp modelling (clean or hot) and room simulation.

Note! Spinn is an AUv3 plugin that only works in an AUv3 compliant host like Garageband, AUM, Cubasis, Beatmaker 3, Auria etc.

Global features:
* Speed mode - (Slow, Fast, Off).
* Room - (Small, Medium, Big) with mix control.
* Amp - Clean or hot with 3 band equaliser and a drive control.
* Stereo width control.
* Crossover points
* Input and output controls.

And for each band:
* Size - The rotor size
* Mod - Modulation amount
* Slow and fast speed control
* Acceleration and deceleration times
* Velocity - makes the speed change with input level
* Level - Band level

Full documentation available inside the app or at https://klevgrand.se/downloads/spinn-docs/

Audio examples and more info at https://klevgrand.se/products/spinn

Reader Comments 2

Cool ideas. I really love the concept of "not trying to fully replicate the Leslie and is instead exploring their own territory with the effect."

The concept of a leslie is really cool, throwing sound around a room, and creating this really complex dopplerized pan-fest. But you need to be able to control how much doppler (pitch), depth (amp & LPF) and room-swirl so you can get what you want. Also, the speed paradigm should be such that you have the traditional controls (slow. fast and transitional ramps) but also just more adaptable ways to control the speed in realtime.
Works really well. Tried it on some “dry” e-piano samples and it really does take you to unexplored territory. In all honesty, I think you could achieve the same with some clever automated panning in AUM (with the appropriate automated effect from any number of apps), but for the immediacy, it is well worth the purchase,
May 19, 2020  | person nreyes

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