Output Unveils Movement 1.1, New Features, Fixes & Faster

Output's update for Movement 1.1, their powerful rhythm generation engine plugin focuses on the F word... well three F words: fixes, features and faster. Here's more info.  

August 22, 2017, LOS ANGELES, CA - Output Inc. is releasing MOVEMENT v1.1 - a brand new installment of their powerful rhythm engine with new features, faster load times, and multiple fixes. Following their foray into hardware with the Platform studio desk (stay tuned for a review coming soon), Output returns to their inventive instruments with this exciting update.

Fans of the plugin will find fresh effects with the new Reverse Delay setting to MOVEMENT’s delay module and Hi-Pass and Low-Pass filters within the equalizer. Significant decreases in CPU usage will make it faster for users to employ MOVEMENT’s mind-bending rhythms on their own sounds. Available for purchase now at $149 at Output.com or free for existing MOVEMENT customers.

Adding to the arsenal is CURRENT - an extra 100 gradually evolving rhythm presets for MOVEMENT to morph your sounds with atmospheric ripples, undulating swells, and endless ebb and flow.

MOVEMENT FEATURES:

  • 300+ Presets for instant playability

  • Input any sound, instrument, or track

  • Modulate any parameter with any rhythm in real time

  • Sidechain, LFO, Step Sequencer rhythm modulation

  • Output’s proprietary Flux and Randomizer

  • Advanced sidechain modulation - modulate any parameter

  • Analog filters, EQ, delay, reverse delay, distortion, compression and reverb effects

  • XY pad for performance

  • Built for live performance and for the studio

  • Simple design and ease of use

 

Price: MOVEMENT v1.1 Price: $149 (free for existing MOVEMENT customers) CURRENT Expansion Pack Price: $35

Availability: Available today at Output.com and Authorized Output Dealers

Webhttps://output.com/products/movement

 

 

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training pro... Read More

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