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8th May 2022 | VST AU AAX | 23MB
is a Lite version of our MultiBender plugin. Advance features and presets are not included. You can get the full version here.

W. A. Production together with Computer Music is proud to share the free version of our MultiBender delay plugin, MultiBender CM! With delicious multi-band processing and four simultaneous delay modules, MultiBender CM is your tempo-synced solution to creative delay processing. Conjure intricate percussion patterns, wild ping-pong synths, and grooving leads with just a few clicks.

Multiband Madness

The delay processing is split into three separate modules, which can all be adjusted independently. Drag the crossover points in the waveform display to quickly set up the frequency ranges of the three bands. Then choose a delay time (including dotted and triplet feel), feedback level, and gain adjustment for each. This means you can have a short delay for your low end and longer ones for mids and highs to send them bouncing around the room. On and off buttons for each band allow you to disable any unwanted processing, just in case you want to keep your bass line tight or mid-range clean.

Saturate, Crush & Detune

Standard delays for each of the three bands sound complex and expansive, but you can push the effect to the limit with three effects for each band. These run entirely independently and include saturation, bitcrushing, and detuning. Apply as much or as little of each process as you like to create different audio effects. Try introducing sparkling highs with saturated harmonics in the upper-frequency range. Detune the midrange delay for a wavering analog feel in the body of the sound. Make your bass line scream with crushed low end.

Looks are everything

The main window shows exactly what’s happening to each of the three bands as the audio passes through the plugin, valuable visual feedback to keep tabs on your signal transformations. The three colored waveforms clearly display the effect of each module’s processing allowing for accurate monitoring and surgical shaping at every stage of the chain.

4-stage delay like you’ve never heard before
Independent multi-band processing for high, mid & low frequency ranges
Saturate, Crush & Detune for each band
Straight, Dotted & Triplet time
Click & pop-free bypass
Waveform graph for accurate visual feedback
Windows 8 and later (32 / 64 bit)
macOS 10.15 and later
AAX - ProTools 11 or higher
Important notice for M1/ARM Mac users: Before purchasing, please review the current compatibility status of this plugin on your system here.

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Often if i see new plugins i think: Hey this can be done also with Bitwig only..
  Member 13.09.2021 53
FL studio could do a multi band delay too with patcher.
  Resident 26.01.2019 15 1132
quote by poly23Often if i see new plugins i think: Hey this can be done also with Bitwig only..

Or any DAW since the beginning of time.
How else did we achieve multi-band whatever, and sidechaining without it built into a plugin, over 20 years ago?
In the same way we would with physical hardware, yet within the virtual world.

So I will add to the first part of your sentence and say that since around 2005 or so, for me many plugins started becoming like a macro for several different tasks, all in one plugin.
Many times this can take away true flexibility, and when one knows the original ways is not needed as such. Admittedly could save time if it wasn't already set up in your blank arrangements, but equally can be achieved for free !
When one doesn't understand recording and mixing from the ground up, one will no doubt rush to buy plugins that seemingly do several things one had never dreamt of...yet which have been achievable since the purely analogue days, and equally achievable in a DAW.

So yeah.
I'm gonna download it and test it ! haha
  Member 15.10.2017 960
So true, and I often think about what might be lost by NOT having to use old methods, like using a separate channel...that gives you multiple possibilities while in the same process.
One might overlook those things using a plugin that does much of that in itself, but without all the 'added complexity' of fully routing another channel.

Yet, when it comes to hitting a clear target quickly, plugins can have a great advantage...
and in general, one can always use older methods, even together with plugins.

The problem is a great problem to have: too many options.
  Resident 26.01.2019 15 1132
quote by Takenlike using a separate channel...that gives you multiple possibilities while in the same process.

There's that, but also the different colours involved when using more than one plugin instead of an all in one.
The THD from different devs, for instance.
And a dedicated EQ may be way better than a provided EQ within the input or output stage of a reverb. We never used to have comp and eq built into a reverb plugin back in the day, so it's cool.
Although a bad swiss army knife may have many tools, just all of poor quality !

I like to introduce elements we know of that existed prior to all this: try and intentionally use separate pieces of hardware virtually to mimic how analogue studios have always been, whilst remembering that some classics were cooked up with bespoke studio equipment.
  Member 28.12.2016 146
I wondering about a little experiment with this and DDLY, nice

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