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SFX Machine Pro for Windows (VST)

SFX Machine Pro for Windows (VST), 64-bit version


San Jose, CA – May 16, 2013

The Sound Guy, Inc. has announced the release of a 64-bit compatible version of SFX Machine Pro for Windows. SFX Machine, a flexible multi-effects and sound design tool, will now work with 64-bit VST host programs. SFX Machine Pro provides quick and easy access to hundreds of audio effects, from the conventional to the bizarre. 

Key Product Features:

  • A modular synthesis preset editor
  • Host tempo sync
  • MIDI automation
  • A Randomize function
  • Output limiter
  • Over 300 effects

The SFX Machine family of plug-ins is a two-time winner of Electronic Musician's Editor's Choice Award. Streamlined for use in audio production environments, SFX Machine has been used for sound design for radio, TV, feature films, CDs and video games. In addition to providing an unparalleled collection of effects, all of which are easily modified, SFX Machine Pro lets you create your own effects from scratch and also serves as a “Swiss Army knife” of audio utilities.

SFX Machine Pro is available from http://www.sfxmachine.com/pro/index.html. The cost is US $99.95. For a limited time, the Spectral Machine frequency-domain effects plug-in (32-bit) is included at no extra charge.

System Requirements:

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  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • A VST host program

The Sound Guy, Inc. is a manufacturer of audio effects software, including Backwards Machine, Spectral Machine, ChatterBlocker, and the SFX Machine family of audio effects plug-ins. The Sound Guy, Inc. also runs the new reseller site AudioEffects.com, featuring products by Zynaptiq, Prosoniq, and Sound Radix.

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