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Puremagnetik releases Re-Function - A buffer modulation controller

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Wednesday June 6, 2018
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Puremagnetik has just released Re-Function. Re-Function is a buffer modulation controller. It records incoming audio, stores it in a temporary buffer and allows you to manipulate the playback positioning with 4 dedicated LFOs.

Re-Function works excellently on rhythmic material and can create intricate, shimmering ambiances with pianos, mallets, and guitars. Re-Function also excels as a beat glitch tool as it automatically tempo syncs its modulations to your host environment as it warps, bends and mangles playback of the incoming signal.

Learn more: https://puremagnetik.com/refunction

Re-Function Features

Pricing

Re-Function is currently offered as part of Puremagnetik's Spark subscription for $8 per month. After one month it will become back-cataloged for a la carte purchase at $20 USD.

Minimum Requirements

Learn more: https://puremagnetik.com/refunction

Video: https://youtu.be/InBZcUYzALg

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