inTONE2

Audiffex releases multichannel FXs processor inTone2. You can buy it today and start making music now. Read more below.

BOSKOVICE, CZECH REPUBLIC: host application as well as audio impacts programmer Audiffex is happy to announce availability of inTone2– a diverse multichannel FXs processor chip, software mixing console, VST instrument host, as well as versatile multitrack zonal player for Intel Core Mac (OS X 10.8 or greater) with CoreAudio-compatible audio interface and Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 and newer PC (Windows 7 or 8) with ASIO-compatible audio user interface– as of July 16 …

inTONE2

Multifaceted is the word that can comfortably be applied to inTone2. It’s a real-time production mixer that refines numerous audio inputs with studio-quality effects plug-ins. It plays audio files and permits individuals to play virtual instruments while changing FXs, tracks, or instrument configurations really fast.

inTONE2

Begin by routing any type of audio interface inputs right into an audio chain in inTone2. Each audio chain showcases a balance control; FXs section; volume fader; M (mute), B (bypass), as well as S (solo) switches; AUX 1 and also AUX 2 sends; and individual RECORDING capability. Any audio chain can be transmitted to any sort of audio user interface output or inTone2’s internal Master chain.

Price $49.00

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