Make It Wide
The classic studio trick for super wide vocals – with a powerful new twist.
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We designed 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 deglitching 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.
A Little Taste is All You Need
When you buy MicroShift, you also get our original mini version of the effect, Little MicroShift. And it’s anything but little. It adds width, space, and spread to any track, just like its big brother, but with a simple three button, one knob interface. Perfect when you want to add width to a track with zero fuss.
Widen vocals, lead guitars, synths and more
Get big sounds fast with a clean, simple interface
Put the spotlight on important instruments, or blend them into the background
Select from 3 different flavors of widening based on sought-after hardware
Add width to a specific frequency range with the Focus knob
Control the Detune amount and Delay range of the effect
“It’s beautifully thought-out, deceptively simple and extremely effective.” — Sound On Sound
AAX Native, AAX AudioSuite, VST, and Audio Units (AU)
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Pro Tools (10.3.5 or later), Live, Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar, Logic, Digital Performer
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