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K-Devices Release Totem/ Secta

K-Devices have released totem/ Secta, the latest asdition to the totem series and a plugin that explores parallel audio processing, available at the intro pricemof €19.00, increasing to €39.00 after the promotion. The offer ends October 15th.

Secta is an audio effect that dynamically splits incoming audio in two sections and processes each with an exclusive kit of effects, sculpting silence, shaping accents and amplifying hidden details, guiding each layer into a parallel sonic dimension. A sound-designer (unforeseen) dream.

Secta processes sound in a unique way, adding an ephemeral and dramatic touch to acoustic instruments, warmly disintegrating loops, injecting abrupt drops, retexturizing your lines, or throwing down any beat into a dark path of fragmentation.

Building on the concept of a multi-dimensional gate, Secta processes the audio in a unique way, adding an ephemeral and dramatic touch to acoustic instruments, warmly disintegrating loops, injecting abrupt drops and retexturizing your lines, or throwing down any beat into a dark path of fragmentation.

Hard-to-describe with classic effect categories (it’s a totem/ !), Secta processes both sides of a gated source independently, acting as a counterpoint amplitude sculptor.
Secta cuts to (re)generate. Secta is a colorizer, no mix parameters are available: just load Secta onto your track and let it inspire you with its timbrical shades. A gate, a dynamic multi-distortion, a double heads tectonic monster, a trembling detuned textures generator, and more… so many uses of Secta have yet to be discovered!

Watch the Secta demo HERE.

totem/Secta is available to PC and Mac users (VST3 and AU).

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Tags: au, desktop music production, desktop plugin, FX, gate, macOS, parallel processing, plugin, vst3, windows

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