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Arboretum Hyperprism DX v2.5-0xdBass screenshot
Team 0xdBass | 07/05/2003 | 3.36 MB
If you're already using sound editing software for Windows, take a moment to ask yourself a serious question: What could you do with a full rack of signal processing tools?

Sure, you can accomplish a lot with the audio editing software you already have, but it only has a limited amount of signal processing built-in. So you have to ask yourself: What types of sounds would you make if you actually had all the toys at your disposal, dozens of different digital processors, the same sound shaping technology the pros use?

If you want the maximum amount of powerful audio processing, Hyperprism DirectX is the only complete solution. It adds a vast array of effects to any audio program that supports the DirectX plug-in format for Windows.

Built especially for electronic music production and film/video sound design, Hyperprism offers a vast assortment of different audio processes - a virtual rack of effects. Hyperprism is the most complete multi-platform collection of digital audio software effects in the world.

Hyperprism Filter Processes:

Low Pass
High Pass
Band Pass
Band Reject

Hyperprism Modulation Processes:

Vocoder
Frequency Shifter
Phaser
Flanger
HyperPhaser
Chorus
Ring Modulator
Tremolo
Vibrato

Hyperprism Delay and Reverb Processes:

Single Delay
Multi Delay
Echo
HyperVerb
Room Reverb
Hall Reverb
Granulator

Hyperprism Stereo Processes:

Pan
Auto Pan
Quasi Stereo
Stereo Dynamics
More Stereo
M-S Matrix

Hyperprism Miscellaneous Processes:

Harmonic Exciter
Bass Maximizer
Tube/Tape Saturation
Pitch Changer
Formant Pitch Shifter
Noise Gate
Compressor
Limiter
Sonic Decimator


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  Resident 9.06.2013 4 440
+257
ha! I remember using that, maybe 1997, a Radium release
  Member 24.08.2016 2 25
+27
It was my first serious batch of signal processors Way Back When... 1990's or so. Best of the breed at the time. I wouldn't be surprised to find that they still produce some pretty funky results even today. Thanks.
  Member 6.05.2014 290
+21
but does it run on modern PC's?
  Resident 19.09.2008 6 240
+172
yep, DirectX only ) but you can use it as VST via dxshell
I'm a firestarter, twisted firestarter
  Member 25.10.2016 7
+1
im trying to run it in cubase but dxshell keeps crashing
  Resident 19.09.2008 6 240
+172
using it a lot back in a days
I'm a firestarter, twisted firestarter
  Resident 25.09.2010 148
+42
Yeah, I think that it was RADiUM. These plugs were awesome, but they would definitely crash the DAW 1 out of 10 times on a Pentium III, Windows XP. Trent Reznor used these too. This was a 'must install' in 1998, along with the DSP FX - DX plugins. :-)

Man, we've been doing this shit for over 20 years?!?!?! My first taste of warez was Propellerheads Rebirth. (actually, it was ADLIB for DOS).
  Member 8.01.2018 2 8
+6
Don't forget the early 3.x (pre VST/32 ) cubase Iterations (the whole bunch) with all the bugfest and audio/midi latency differences. The first really usable Cubase was the
VSt32 5 R1 ,if I recall correctly.
  Resident 17.02.2009 769
+258
Nope that vers came a lot later, great old days though :)

0xdBass long time no see, sorry for the kick :)
Touch The Wires : I Dare You
  Member 13.05.2014 1
0
Holy crap, I had this back in the late 90's. It was one of the first FX processors I ever used on the PC, given to me on a CDROM of warez, mostly RADIUM stuff. I can't even remember if Arctic and Oxygen were around yet, I think this was before their time! Used this extensively in Acid with the DX shell, it was by far my favorite plugin along with the Opcode Fusion Filter (when that came out people went bonkers- what?! A resonant filter for the PC? you could even do automations? I'm gonna have to dig that up now and try it out. I'll bet it still holds up because it sounded great next to my emu sampler back then )
  Resident 4.02.2012 482
+134
Oh, dear flashbacks - how you make me feel old.
  Member 11.04.2017 30
+2
so much "wtf am i even doing? how does this even work?" nostalgia
  Resident 16.09.2013 117
+82
quote by bluerover...
This was a 'must install' in 1998, along with the DSP FX - DX plugins.
...

Those DSP-FX were awesome!
Aural Activator was a great plugin!
Waves Aphex Aural Exciter never got even close to that great DX plug.
In theory, theory and practice are the same.
In practice, they're not.
  Member 25.10.2016 7
+1
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  Member 15.02.2014 22
0
Yeah big nostalgia,

remember that too, using the decimator (among others) on a percussion loop, this was hypnotizing my brain ...
  Member 20.06.2015 54
+4
I've been tring to get DDMF to ad DX to their bridgewize thingy, but no luck yet. If anyone gets this going please do say!!
  Resident 13.12.2012 68
+21
There was nothing like the Band Reject Filter for notching out the very narrowest of frequencies, used it countless times on live albums to remove feedback and other anomalies. I agree with the above sentiments regarding this and DSP FX, they were absolutely indispensable tools 20 years ago; not sure I'd want to use them now though, we've moved on a little since then!

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