UVI has released Rotary, a new mixing effect plugin inspired by classic rotary speakers and represents a modern evolution of this classic design.
The rotary loudspeakers originally invented in the 1940s are based on the Doppler effect generated by a woofer in a rotating drum and a tweeter in a rotating horn. The generated sounds are richly shimmering to gentle, dreamy and whirling and more harmonious than typical tremolo or vibrato effects.
These new loudspeakers were quickly adapted by jazz organists and used by blues and rock legends such as Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Pink Floyd and The Beatles. Later, guitar pedal manufacturers simulated this sound as an effect.
It is, on the one hand, a faithful reproduction of the original loudspeakers and, on the other hand, a very versatile and adaptable sounding tool for artists and professors.
A simple and intuitive user interface ensures a fast and inspiring workflow, while a wide range of stereo microphone placement and controls with numerous parameter controls on the rear panel provide a wide range of sound options.
Rotary can add an additional dimension to any sound or instrument (including vocals), amplify harmony, and create vibrations, as well as a depth stagger.
Rotary is available for both Windows and MAC users in VST, Audio Units, and AAX plugin formats. Compatible with all today’s major music software such as Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Reaper, FL Studio etc.