NUGEN Audio has announced a significant SigMod update that coincides with the company’s appearance at the 2019 NAMM show, and will debut at booth 14200.
NUGEN Audio’s original SigMod utility toolbox plug-in proved popular following its launch last May, in part because it overcame the fallbacks of many plug-ins that only had one set of controls. SigMod allows users to enhance both the functionality and usefulness of their collection. By simply combining single-process modules in any order to effectively design the precise routing required, they can combine, convert, delay, detect, filter, fix, host, invert, mute, re-route, route, solo, split, switch, tap, and more.
The SigMod update allows VST3 hosting of plug-ins in Pro Tools (AAX environment), Ableton (VST2 environment), and Logic (AU environment). Ultimately, users can apply any plug-in in mid/side mode, add split L/R functionality, or split frequencies and route audio anywhere within the DAW itself.
NUGEN Audio creative director and co-founder, Jon Schorah, elaborated: “I remember when recording to four audio tracks, without EQ or effects processing, was considered to be something of a breakthrough on a typical DAW. We have moved on considerably since then. At NUGEN Audio we aim to be part of that journey, pushing innovation beyond what is considered remarkable by today’s standards.”
SigMod is available to purchase (as a 32- and 64-bit supporting AAX-, AU-, VST-, and VST3-compatible utility toolbox plug-in) for Mac (OS X 10.7 and above) and Windows (Vista and above), directly from NUGEN Audio at an introductory ‘NAMM special’ price of $29.00 USD (rising to its regular price of $49.00 USD thereafter).