AIR’s Sprite multi-effects plugin is a ‘modern take’ on the hardware effects processors of the ’80s

AIR Music Technology has announced the release of Sprite, a multi-effects plugin that’s said to be inspired by the ‘studio hardware staples’ of the ’80s and ’90s. 

Before software did (almost) everything, producers relied on chunky, rackmount multi-effects processors like the Eventide H3000 to apply effects like reverb, chorus and delay. Sprite is reportedly a ‘modern take’ on machines like these, though AIR tells us that it goes a step further and ‘does things not possible in a hardware unit’. (We’re not told what those are, however.) 


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