In this video James takes a look and listen to the amazing new multi effects plug-in from Exponential Audio, Excalibur. James takes you round the GUI and uses 3 audio examples to show off just what this thing can do.
Excalibur is the powerful new plug-in from Michael Carnes at Exponential Audio that lets you create some of the most innovative effects ever. Whether you’re looking for delays, flangers, dynamic filters, phasers, pitch shifters or more, check out Excalibur as it maybe what you have bee looking for. Its dynamic modulation is at home in music production, post and live performance.
Excalibur Version 1.0.2
Exponential Audio have stayed busy tweaking and improving Excalibur and have announced v1.0.2. You can check the release notes (included with the installer) for more detail. But here are the critical things:
- The tempo delay calculation was a little bit off. It’s now fixed.
- The Master Feedback control wasn’t functional. It is now.
- There was a bug in the reverb time modulation feature. That’s now corrected.
- The voice effect limiter has been greatly improved. This completely tames some of the high levels you might have encountered in some presets—especially those with resonators.
- There’s a new limiter in the voice feedback path. While intended primarily as a safety feature, it does offer some interesting new possibilities.
- Many preset change noises have been further reduced or eliminated. You may have noticed this with presets like “Swedish Kill”. Please continue to report any problems that might remain.
- Some preset levels have been adjusted and there are several new presets.
You can buy Excalibur for the low introductory price of $119, but only through to April 10. After that, it will return to the regular price of $199.