Ploytec Aroma Harmonic Processor Plug-in Brings the Analog Flavor

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Ploytec GmbH/ ism/ Germany (March 13th, 2017) – Ploytec, the audio specialists from southern Germany and Intelligent Sound & Music, the Cologne based plug-in experts, just released their newly developed audio tool, Aroma.

Aroma helps to put analog character & charm into audio recordings in an unprecedented musical way. Four valve or tape like processing units, called Salt, Pepper, Sugar and Chili, add elegance to any audio material.

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Primarily designed for mastering, Aroma also shapes the character of vocal and instrument recordings. Individual flavor controls allow to adjust a wide variety of beauty, warmth and attractiveness. Aroma's additional Mid/Side processing option allows for fine tuning the stereo base.

Aroma's salt effect features an adjustable structure of even and odd order harmonics. Pepper focuses on odd order harmonics and offers a variety of musical colors. Sugar adds sweetness and fatness in the style of analog tape. Chili is described to make recordings "hot as hell and delicious as heaven”.

Pricing and Availability
Aroma is available for VST2, VST3, AU and AAX, Mac and Windows. Free to try, EUR 89, to buy.
Ploytec will be part of Superbooth, Berlin, April 20th - 22nd 2017, booth #0201.

About Ploytec GmbH
Markus Medau, a developer and keyboard player with the Berlin band Edit_H, born in 1972, joined forces in 1999 with Werner Wirsum, an information scientist born in 1968, to develop USB ASIO drivers. It all began with Cubase, a computer, and the lack of an audio input. Reputable manufacturers soon secured licenses (Apogee, SoundDevices, TerraTec, and Yamaha, later followed by Access, Alesis, Lexicon, Numark, Steinberg, Tascam and others). Kicking off their hardware business in early 2004 with the founding of Ploytec GmbH, the entrepreneurs are now busy developing USB2.0 / USB3.0 audio hardware and software. 
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About intelligent sound & music:
Thomas Rehaag, born in 1960 studied electrical engineering due to his fascination for the sound of electronic effects and instruments. With his diploma he moved to digital signal processing. In the recent 10 years intelligent sounds & music produced their plug-ins like BazzISM but also some well known ones like Nuklear, MT Power Drumkit, Perfect Drums etc. for different labels.