Kalide 'Collage': A Powerful Multi-effects Plug-in that Quickly Takes Your Music to New and Unexpected Places with a Unique and Customizable User Interface
The American brand-new audio plug-in developer Kalide has announced the release of 'Collage'— A multi-effects audio plug-in for AU/VST/AAX designed to quickly take your music to new and unexpected places with a unique and customizable user interface. From hideous mutations to ambient vistas, Collage's 35 (and counting) unique processors cover the full range of audio effect treatments from modulation, dynamics, equalization, reverberation and more. With its fully configurable graphic user interface you can build exciting new effects. Additionally, users can skin their own presets using a wide collection of visual assets and connect the most salient parameters.
Collage is for producers looking to experiment with radical new sonic treatments. The dual interface appeals to both seasoned engineers who want to customize and design their own patches as well as novices who can get lost exploring Collage's more than 600 colorful and expressive presets.
Collage is a thousand audio effects in one. A sprawling universe of dazzling effects made accessible through unique interfaces for each of the 600 presets included. From shimmering ambient reverbs to warm distortions, Collage can take quickly your tracks to wild new places keeping you in the flow of making music. Collage continues to expand with many new effects in development and exciting new functionality that will always be free to existing customers.
Collage consists of 4 control areas — 'Interaction Mode', 'Builder', 'Editor' and 'Settings'. Interaction Mode displays a unique user interface for each preset. In Interaction Mode, each factory preset has a unique interaction layout. You can use Builder to create your own custom interfaces for your presets. In the Editor, you can go under the hood and edit any of the dozens of effects available in Collage. Lastly, you will find useful functions like UI resize and pertinent links in the Settings.
The Builder panel allows you to create your own custom interfaces for your own presets. Below is an overview of key functions in Builder:
Backdrop - You can choose from a selection of images to use as your interface's backdrop.
Layout - Drag and drop from a wide selection of rotary, vertical and horizontal sliders. Resize them by dragging on the square in the bottom right corner of the slider. Double click to bring up the color picker.
Control - Click on any of the sliders you've dragged onto the Interaction panel and assign them to any of Collage's parameters. The first dropdown determines the processor you're targeting and the second determines the specific parameter within that processor you want to control with the selected slider.
On the left side of Collage you will find tabs for each of its effects processors. Audio flows from the top processor to the bottom processor in the Effect Stack. To change the order through which the signal flows through Collage, click and drag up or down on the handle found on the left side of each tab.
Kalide is a music technology company creating playful products that change how we make and interact with music. Kalide is based out of Los Angeles and Dublin. Collage is the product of 4 years of work and your support helps us continue to refine and expand it at no additional cost to you.
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