The FX Lord multi-FX unit is a sound sculpting tool like none other, sure to please even the most discerning aural marauders among you. Tired of chaining together an endless array of “experimental” plugs only to be dissapointed at the result? Sick of “multi-fx” VST that always have the same old FX from the last twenty five years? Want to have one single “go-to” VST for completely altering source material into unprecedented forms? Well then like-minded friends, NOVUZEIT made FX Lord for people like you.
FX Lord is a massively powerful multi-FX arsenal of no less than sixteen diverse FX types, all truly stereo compatible. You have your classics, like Phaser, Flanger, Reverb, Delay (including reverse delay)… but you also have new school effects, such as PsychoModulation, Glitch, Bit Crushing, and even a Granulator, not to mention a complete suite of distortion FX (including stereophonic waveshaping), as well as feedback FX such as a Comb Filter (with self-signal bleed), and even a cavernous Reverb unit. Each FX unit has its own wet/dry settings to achieve that perfect balance, or simply turn the FX units off you’re not using to save CPU usage. This galleria of FX units alone would make FX Lord mighty indeed, but the NOVUZEIT way is to always takes things a step further then expected, and thus the ModTrix.
The ModTrix takes FX Lord into a new dimension of its own, more like FX Overlord!
The ModTrix is an abbreviation for Modulation Matrix. This series of parameters controls the amount of modulation from a set of user definable modulators to the controls of user selected FX units. This means you can modulate the Flanger’s feedback settings with a pulse waveform, or sync the Glitch FX unit’s slicing frequency to a randomly resetting clock. You can have the bitdepth of the Bit Crusher FX unit rise and fall with a sinewave, or have the PitchShifter FX unit skipping octaves insanely using the impulse mix of Clock 2, etc. There are four different modulators available in the ModTrix. LFO 1, LFO 2, Clock 1, and Clock 2. All of which are extremely configurable to whatever the user desires. The ModTrix is a very powerful component of FX Lord, indeed.
Obviously FX Lord is not for everybody. For those less experienced, FX Lord will devour and confuse. However, for those true mad scientists of sound among you, FX Lord is a dream come true. Sure to bring hours of creative fulfillment never before experienced with lesser FX plug-ins. Turn a dry drumloop into a slithery percussive mutant, or a stale synthlead into a morphing warbly attention demanding deity. You’ll find that the only limit of FX Lord is your own imagination.