Nembrini Audio announces the availability of Quinta Pitch Machine octave pedal-style plug-in.
Quinta Pitch Machine — making for an octave pedal-style plug-in with a difference by (virtual) virtue of adding a self-explanatory +1 FIFTH control to the standard octave up/down capabilities of most hardware octavers.
Octave pedals transpose guitar signals up or down by an octave, providing the perfect effect to thicken up the sound of guitar riffs. Clearly classic octave-doubling sounds awesome, as evidenced by numerous classic recordings, but throwing in a fifth up in addition to the standard octave up/down capabilities of most hardware octavers gives guitarists so much more sonic scope for creating a whole new world. Which is exactly where Quinta Pitch Machine comes into play as an octave pedal-style plug-in with a difference — by bringing an additional +1 FIFTH control to the mix.
Musically, each of the three intervals available to Quinta Pitch Machine users can be dialled in individually via volume controls — +1 OCTAVE adding a note that is one octave higher than the note being played on the treated instrument, -1 OCTAVE adding a note that is one octave lower than the note being played, and +1 FIFTH adding a note that is a fifth higher than the note being played, so sonic possibilities include organ-, synth-, and 12-string guitar-type sounds. Single note- played power chords come naturally as another outcome.
Quinta Pitch Machine is available for purchase (as an iLok-protected AAX-, AU-, VST2-, and VST3-supporting plug-in for macOS 10.9 or newer and Windows 7 or newer) at an attractive introductory price of only $19.99 USD until February 15, 2021 — rising thereafter to a regular price of $49.00 USD — from HERE: