Superchord by lmdsp
Superchord is an emulation of sympathetic string resonance, designed to add complex and evolving harmonic textures to your sounds.
Superchord is a novel effect plug-in which emulates virtual strings resonating in sympathy with the input audio. It transforms your sounds into complex, animated textures with an organic quality. Superchord can also be used as a special kind of reverberation and opens a myriad of opportunities for musicians, producers, and sound designers.
New in Version 126.96.36.1992
- Windows HiDPI support in compatible VST3 hosts: Bitwig Studio 3, Cockos Reaper 6.04, FL Studio 20, Presonus Studio One 4, Steinberg Cubase 10, Steinberg WaveLab 9.5, Tracktion Waveform 10.
- Windows HiDPI support in compatible VST2 hosts: Presonus Studio One 4.
- Revised buzz model giving drastically improved sound.
- Added scaling for main model parameters to add variations across resonators.
- 32-bit windows support will be removed in the next version.
- macOS 10.15 Catalina compatibility.
- Reduced drawing jitter.
- Reduced CPU usage.
- Special Sound Design NKS preset with all controllers mapped enabling full control of the plug-in and acessibility to visually impaired users.
- Support VST3 pre-fetch for improved performance with ASIO-Guard enabled.
- Fixed graphic corruption when moving to a HiDPI monitor in certain macOS hosts.
- NKS automation was not restored correctly between sessions.
- Removed workaround for Maschine parameter label bug fixed in versions above 2.8.0.
- Fixed a few graphic inconsistencies in HiDPI mode.
- Added a workaround for duplicate factory banks when reopening editor in Tracktion Waveform.
- Fixed a rare case when AU plug-in would fail to be licensed.
- Allow installation on ancient 32-bit editions of Windows.
lmdsp provides innovative software for musicians, producers, and sound designers. Their focus is on creating audio tools based on original ideas and developing cutting-edge algorithms. lmdsp is a French individual company created in 2009 by Lorcán Mc Donagh.
He holds a PhD in Signal Processing from IRISA/INRIA Research Institute in Rennes, France.