The Cargo Cult Envy v2.0.2 STANDALONNE AAX [WIN]

The Cargo Cult Envy v2.0.2 Standalone AAX [WIN]

The Cargo Cult Envy v2.0.2 STANDALONNE AAX [WIN]

Envy is all about envelopes – stealing characteristics of one sound and applying them to another.

It’s kinda like a morph, but it’s really not that. It’s part dynamics tool and part vocoder, but you won’t use it for either of those things. It’s officially a modulation plugin, but that doesn’t even begin to explain what it actually does.

Envy is really a toolkit for generating unique new material, adding textures to real world recordings or mutilating sounds to create crazy sci-fi elements. It can fit a wind recording into a machine gun, add wood to foley feet, it can superimpose a drum pattern on a vacuum cleaner, or pitch dive a vocal 6 octaves just for kicks.

Mangle Both Pitch and Amplitude

Envy lets you bend, warp, massage, shred and tear your signal in very subtle or horrifically extreme ways.

Envelopes for both pitch and amplitude are displayed in one place, so you can force bizarre sonic shapes onto unsuspecting noises.

Add new textures in record time

Have you ever cut a scene and wished you’d used another layer before syncing up 300 hits?

Envy can turn a bunch of flat textures into a perfectly timed, totally natural sounding set of alternate layers.

It’s like having an army of assistants cutting in sweeteners for you.

Summon demonic creature vocals

Character Vox can be incredibly challenging and chucking a bit of animal under a line is notoriously hit-and-miss.

But hit-and-miss is Envy’s strong suit. Lay up a few continuous mammal files and take your pick from the eerily intelligible speaking creatures that emerge.

Key features

  • Super tight dynamic envelope substitution
    Envy can literally fit one sound into the shape of another. The overall dynamic envelope of the source sound is aggressively forced onto the destination sound. So you can very quickly add textures to snares or horse hooves, fit dog snarls into a vocal or screams into a rocket pass-by.
  • Continuously variable pitch envelopes
    Yes, you can actually draw pitch bends onto audio clips. You can make subtle intonation adjustments to dialog, or you can zoom out and draw insane 6 octave random squiggles. You can invert, reverse and undo pitch drawing. There’s even a variable speed triangle tool for drawing vibrato that speeds up or down.
  • Integrations with popular DAWs
    Envy 2 offers dedicated integrations into Pro Tools and Reaper, using the Envy Connect plugin and a set of custom actions in Reaper. It’s a simple round-trip workflow where Envy does all the heavy work, sending back just a single file, or dozens of options split into components.
  • 4-band Spectral Envelopes
    Like a very broad and gentle vocoder, Envy can apply separate envelopes of 4 frequency bands. The result is that the destination sound starts to speak like the source vocal or drum pattern. The kick plays the kick-drum part, the sibilance opens up at the right times. You’ll think you’re hearing voices – and you are.
  • Harvest pitch envelopes from existing sounds
    Envy can actually read the pitch envelope of your source signal and apply it to other sounds. It works surprisingly well, but even when it doesn’t, you’re guaranteed to get something interesting, as the result is always based on real events in the source audio. So you can extract the doppler shift in a pass-by and apply it to a wind recording, or invert a bird call to flatten it out.
  • All new pitch-shift algorithms
    These new pitch algorithms are designed from the ground up to work well with isolated sounds like voice, sound FX or drum loops. They’ll sound terrible on a full mix, but that’s not what we do most of the time. There are modes designed for dialog, transient or rhythmic sounds, and even two creative pitch modes named Bad and Worse. Bad is pretty bad but Worse really sucks. Please don’t use Worse.

System requirements

  • Mac OS10.11 or Win10
  • For Pro Tools integration – v12.0 or greater
  • Any DAW which can read WAV files

Links

You may also like...

Leave a Reply