The core concept is a band splitter with up to 5 bands. We call them lanes. For each lane you can add effects and then the bands are mixed together again.
What are those small effect boxes?
Glad you asked! We call them snap-ins, and they are actually stand-alone effect plugins all by their own, but you can use them in Multipass as well as coming kHs "Snap-in host plugins". And we have a lot of them!
You can use as many, or as few, snapins as you like with Multipass, and you can order them however you like. This lets you do a whole bunch of cool stuff that was pretty clunky to do before, combining lots and lots of plugins. With multipass it's a super simple process.
Ok, yeah. I could see that being useful. But what snap-ins will be available?
As I said, we have quite a bunch of snap-ins, and we're aiming for many, many more. Here's our current list:
- Comb filter
- Pitch Shift
- Trance Gate
- Formant Filter
Radical dude! So where can I get this thing?
Alas, you can't. At least not yet. We're coming up on our closed beta. We haven't set a release date yet, but we can assure all of you that we are working very hard to be able to give you the Multipass and the entire snap-in library as soon as possible.
Will I be able to run Multipass on my TI-83 Graph calculator?
Multipass will be released as 32 and 64 bit VST as well as AU. People always ask us about Rack Extensions. All we can say is that we aim to release some of the snap-ins for Reason. But who knows what the future holds?
Alright, I got to go. Talk to you guys later.
**EDIT** I'm going to link this page to there Tiwtter account hopefully they will read it!