Arturia releases FREE Efx REFRACT multi-effect plugin

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Arturia releases FREE Efx REFRACT multi-effect plugin

Arturia Efx REFRACT
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Arturia combines unison-based processing with a variety of secondary effects and modulation options. Effortlessly enrich, texturise and transform any sound, from experimental distortions to detuned harmonics.

Arturia unveil Efx REFRACT, a stereo multi-effect with versatility at its core. To celebrate the holiday season, the effect plugin will be available free of charge from December 21st until January 4th 2024, returning to 99€/$ after the offer ends.

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Introducing Efx REFRACT:

Versatile Unison Effect

Based on super unison architecture, Efx REFRACT delivers instantaneous size and character to your sound. Whether marking key moments or making sweeping transformations – bring any track to life with flare and multi-effect dispersion.

Dramatic unison

Choose to refract on its own or disperse one of the powerful Mode FX.

Here are some of the features:

Effortless impact

Move from unfiltered stems to a wide and powerful sound with multiple voices. This can be particularly effective for building tension and emphasizing salient moments in a composition.

Spread your sound

Efx REFRACT’s super unison architecture duplicates the signal up to 8 stereo voices. This can be used to spread and broaden any sound, and is the method behind the magic of this versatile multi-effect.

Geometric sound design

With an animated and responsive visual interface, weave various FX combinations together for a dispersion pathway that fits your wildest imaginations. Easily select the voices, filters, Mode FX, and LFO and watch the geometry evolve, along with your sound.

Expressive presets

Efx REFRACT comes with a host of presets to convey its multi-effect capabilities. Explore unique combinations of sonic dispersion and Mode FX, from Delay and Distortion to Texture and Transition.

Download Efx REFRACT at Arturia here