Polyverse Music – Infected Mushroom Manipulator 1.0.3 (VST, AU) [OSX]

By | December 8, 2019


Release Year : 2018
Version : 1.0.3
Developer : Polyverse Music
Developer’s site : Polyverse Music
Platform : iNTEL
Interface language : English
Tablet : Patched files + license
System requirements : VST, AU compatible host

Description : Manupulator is a vocal processor that processes voice using 10 unique effects of pitch shifting and changing the timbre. The development was the second release of musicians in conjunction with Polyverse Music. The previous joint release was the plugin I Wish.
Polyverse Music Manipulator can change the sound of vocals and melodic instruments beyond recognition. You can use the plugin either as a separate effect, or as a virtual instrument when playing on a MIDI controller. Manipulator transforms the natural sound of vocals into spatial choirs, granular textures, robotic speech, etc. Incidentally, Infected Mushroom musicians used the Manipulator to record their latest single, “Nutmeg.”
The principle of Polyverse Music Manipulator is based on 5 effects: rhythm, harmonic shift, formant shift, granulation, and frequency modulation sound changes. For more space while working with vocals, the plugin is equipped with its own section of additional effects, consisting of a detuner, stereo expander, glider and other tools.
Thanks to the excellent work in real time, the plugin can be used at concerts, which is useful not only for vocalists, but also for various musicians. The user can change the performance of interesting parts using a bunch of Manipulator and MIDI controller. The plugin supports playing up to 4 sounds at the same time and can change harmonies “on the fly”.


Bend and sculpt your sounds into new ones
Alter timbre and pitch of vocals and instruments
10 Different effects with endless combinations
Change melodies of existing performances
Create harmonies with up to 4 polyphonic voices
Extensive modulation capabilities
Real-time processing for live performance
Supports VST / AU / AAX plug-in formats

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