Big Wide Vocals
Massive Vocal Stereo Width. Classic studio trick with classic studio sound.
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Super Wide. Super Easy.
Need some width for your background vocals? Want to make a lead guitar or synth sound larger than life? Little MicroShift gives you three different flavors of a classic stereo widening trick at the push of a button.
We designed Little MicroShift to nail the vibe of sought-after hardware pitch shifters like the Eventide H3000 (which featured algorithms originally designed by Soundtoys’ founders) and the AMS DMX 15-80s.
MicroShift captures the quirks of the originals including saturation and even the different de-glitching algorithms used by these units. So now you can have the big, wide sound of the original hardware with a simple and refined interface that makes getting those tried-and-true sounds faster and easier than ever.
Widen vocals, lead guitars, synths and more
Get big sounds fast with an incredibly simple interface
Create focus for important instruments, or blend them into the background
Select from 3 different flavors of widening based on sought-after hardware
“SoundToys have boiled down some very complex behind-the-scenes processing (which includes emulating the analogue saturation characteristics of the original hardware units) in exactly the right way. MicroShift is thus far more versatile than you might think, yet at the same time, hard to get a bad sound from.” — Sound On Sound
AAX Native, AAX AudioSuite, VST, and Audio Units (AU)
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