Moodal is an audio plugin that modelizes objects and spaces to be excited by the sounds you will run through it.
Make your snare deeper, or change it to a bottle. Send your voice through a phone, or slide it on a string. Give your guitar a new soundboard, or throw some notes over a plate and quickly create rich textures.
Moodal lets you transform your sound in a lively and refreshing way.
At the heart of Moodal is a one-of-a-kind resonance engine. Its underlying thousand resonant filters make Moodal capable to replicate realistic objects such as strings or plates, but also to simulate reverberant spaces such as rooms and halls that require a high modal density.
Moodal’s controls have been designed to let you sculpt your sound deeply yet easily.
The user interface, including 3 editable curves, allows you to quickly set up the resonators properties over the whole frequency range and to create unique timbres within seconds.
Its flexibility and its character make Moodal an invaluable tool for musicians and sound-designers.
. Simulation of real and virtual objects and spaces
. Up to 1000 resonant filters
. Editable curves for frequency dependent amplitudes and decay-times
. Sensible parameters for modal density and spectral characteristics control
. Scalable high resolution interface.
. 2 themes (dark/light)
. Uncluttered user interface
. Tooltips and prefs in english, french, portuguese and spanish
. File based preset system
. Access through menu or browser
. Presets ‘freezer’ for safe recall
. Copy/paste current state using the system clipboard
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“A must-have for anyone who wants to push the boundaries of modern sound design”
Bedroom Producers Bloghttps://bedroomproducersblog.com/2015/11/12/tritik-moodal-review-one-free-copy-inside/Read the review
“It can radically mangle sound in unexpected ways, create colorful reverb-like effects, or subtly alter the character of any instrument or voice”
Soundbyteshttps://soundbytesmag.net/review-moodal-from-tritik/Read the review