Bring otherworldly characters to life with the same tools used in blockbusters like Avengers: Age of Ultron. Get this versatile vocal design tool and save 40% on the vocal effects design tool used in movies, video games, and music productions. Until April 30th 2019 Dehumaniser 2 is $239 instead of the regular price of $399.
What Is Dehumaniser 2?
Dehumaniser 2 is a powerful, flexible sound design tool that puts all the resources you need to create a wide range of vocal effects into one plugin. Utilizing incoming live or pre-recorded input, you can create seamlessly layered vocal effects using the presets, or dive right in to tweaking parameters by linking virtual patch cords to interactive DSP modules.
Dehumaniser 2 offers classic DSP's like ring modulator, flanger/chorus, and granular synthesis together with proprietary new effects like Scrubbing Convolution, and Spectral Shifting. In addition, Krotos recently added a vocoder to the module toolkit, fully rounding out the spectrum of creative possibilities. Bring the monster, robot, alien, and other-worldly creature sounds in your imagination to life with Dehumaniser 2 from Krotos.
Krotos Dehumaniser 2 Features
Perform live, directly in your session to HD video
Truly modular, node-based system
Packed with inspiring presets
Expanded custom sound library
Ideal for Localization
What We Say About Dehumaniser 2 From Krotos
Dehumaniser 2 is a very powerful tool to have as a sound designer. Being able to run it live as well as in Audiosuite is a big bonus, as it allows you to dynamically tailor the effect - what works well on some dialogue might not be as good on other lines. This is a particular benefit when it comes to reversioning in to different languages as you can maintain legibility but still keep a consistent effect. The user interface is clear, keeps you aware of the processes going on and behaves in a logical fashion.
If you're doing a lot of game audio, working on Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Animation or even Comedy material, this would be money well spent. Check our our full review from 2016 with Alan Sallabank.