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Eventide Rotary Mod - Now Available for Mac/ Windows on SALE
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Eventide Rotary Mod - Now Available for Mac/ Windows on SALE

Rotary Mod is a rotating speaker effect that simulates a Leslie cabinet. Just like the original sound derived from the uber-famous Hammond organ’s Leslie speaker cabinet, the plug-in produces a pulse-like vibrato effect depending on the speed of rotation. Rotary offers precise control to dial in the exact amount of movement you need.

Rotary was previously only available as an H9 algorithm and more recently for iOS. Try it now for AAX/AU/VST! 30-day fully-functional demo available here.

ONLY $39 UNTIL JUNE 21, 2020





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Keep em comin!
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I bet it sounds awesome! But can we please get Crystals for PC/Mac!?
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It sounds nice, but lack in flavours/colours and the built-in modulation not so nice (sound too generic/basic). But if you got Instant Phaser (manual modulation & wide mode) try it after the Rotary, things will get spiced
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Live on YouTube too!
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Demo sounds really good
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Loving this in the chain. Sounds sweet.
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I am an Eventide fan but prefer Spinn (Klevgrand) to this.

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It sounds nice, but lack in flavours/colours and the built-in modulation not so nice (sound too generic/basic).
Agreed. I felt the same way about their Spring plugin. These are two electro-acoustic effects that derive a lot of their sound from grittiness and color. These Eventide algorithms lack that character. They're fine as basic effects in their own right, but if I'm going for a real spring sound or a real rotary sound I'm going to be looking elsewhere.
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Agreed. I felt the same way about their Spring plugin. These are two electro-acoustic effects that derive a lot of their sound from grittiness and color. These Eventide algorithms lack that character. They're fine as basic effects in their own right, but if I'm going for a real spring sound or a real rotary sound I'm going to be looking elsewhere.
Have a look on the PSP Lotary .. sounds organic to me but takes a bit to master it.
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