Librae and Polydactyl are dynamic processors. But their modulation capabilities really set them apart. We show you how to use them.
Last month we published a video on the features of Noise Engineering’s two new plugins: Librae & Polydactly. This time, we’re showing you how they work in dance music.
We will also dig into the incredible modulation options in Polydactyl that allow you to modulate your processing.
Noise Engineering is well known for its Eurorack modules. But the company also produces plugins. It’s quite rare for a Eurorack firm to offer both physical and digital products and Noise Engineering’s software is heavily inspired by their hardware.
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