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Cableguys TimeShaper

Multiband Time Modulation Plug-in
Published March 2018
By Craig Hitchings

Cableguys TimeShaper

Cableguys’ neat plug-in lets you alter the fabric of time itself — or just make cheesy tape-stop effects. The choice is yours...

German software company Cableguys have been producing high-quality plug-ins for more than a decade now. The excellent Curve 2 synthesizer is probably their best-known product, but they also make a raft of well-designed, inspiring audio effects. What makes their plug-ins stand out from the crowd are the excellent modulation options, quirky takes on more standard effects and a quality collection of presets bundled with each product to get you on your way quickly and, most importantly, creatively. All of this can be said of TimeShaper.

Simply put, TimeShaper is a time-based modulation VST and AU plug-in that does everything from beat displacement to stutter effects, repeating patterns and fills. It is equally at home with scratch effects, tape stops and reversed sounds, and offers some innovative pitch-shifting effects into the bargain. TimeShaper runs within ShaperBox,...

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Published March 2018