The Revolution in Modulation

Simple modulation can be boring and tedious. But imagine you could fluently crossfade between four various modulation effects so that each bar would sound different. Or blend the four effects together to create something unique. That is the approach only Orbitron can offer.

Orbitron Key Features

The heart

Orbitron is a multi-FX modulation plugin. It can be used to breathe life into your instruments with subtle organic variations, fatten up your synth sounds with rich evolving unisons or create out-of-this-world rhythmical spinning resonances for complete creative chaos. Say goodbye to boring and lifeless sounds and inject some movement into your music.

Advanced FX morphing

The main circle in the centre of the plugin morphs between the 4 FX sections. It can be modulated in sync with your DAW for musical timing, set to random for subtle variations and organic movements or in manual mode that lets you blend between the 4 sections to find the perfect sweet spot.

Circular feedback

There is a unique circular feedback network that feeds the signal from each FX section into the next and then back round again and again. This cool effect can be used with just one simple knob. There is also a size knob to adjust the delays of the feedback loops. This effect can add anything from short metallic resonances to lush evolving reverb.

12 multi-modes

Each of the 4 FX sections can be set to one of 12 modes, including choruses, flangers, phaser, special filters and more. You can use 4 completely different modes and blend between them to create a hybrid, or use 4 of the same and create subtle differences in each section to make super-rich modulations.

Need to go simpler?

Orbitron at its heart blends and modulates between 4 FX at once, however, you can always take the step back to simple modulation. Each section sounds perfect on its own and sometimes this will be exactly what you need. For this, there is a solo switch in each section, that disables the other 3 sections. This will also be much more CPU efficient than using 4 processors at once.

Tons of presets

Orbitron comes with a huge number of presets made by top producers and sound designers. They're grouped conveniently into categories, such as "Solo" for presets that only use 1 FX section, "Multi" which uses 4 different FXs of similar type and "Hybrid" that creatively fuse very different FX.

Smart randomization

Simple modulation can be boring and tedious. But imagine you could fluently crossfade between four various modulation effects so that each bar would sound different. Or blend the four effects together to create something unique. That is the approach only Orbitron can offer.

Hassle-free software protection

No iLok, no dongle, or internet access is required for activation. Our software uses license files to activate your software. You can freely use the purchased software on all your computers as long as you are the user.

FREE 15-Day unlimited trial

All the descriptions are nothing compared to putting your hands on the plugin. No saving limits. No noises. No boundaries. Engage the plugin in your project for real and fully exploit its powers for two weeks.

64-bit audio quality at ANY sampling rate

The plugin provides the maximum audio quality you can get. It uses internal 64-bit audio processing and can handle any sampling rate. 192 kHz or even higher.

Smart bypass

The intelligent way our plugins manage bypassing ensures that you don't get any clicks or harmful noises when automating the parameter. It also compensates for latency, ensuring that the bypass states are perfectly in sync with each other.

Intelligent sleep on silence

This plugin intelligently detects whether it makes sense to perform processing at all. If not, it temporarily turns on sleep mode. In such a state, it requires virtually no CPU at all to save the computing sources for other processes.

Free-for-life updates

Our plugins never become obsolete. We keep track of the current operating systems and DAWs. You may always update to the most recent version for free, without paying a cent, a penny, or whatever currency you prefer.

Orbitron Samples

  • Keys
  • Lead
  • Pad
  • Pluck
  • Riser
  • Keys
    • WET
    • DRY

Orbitron Powered Artists

Neil Douglas profile photo
Great plugin to create new textures and for messing with sounds, from subtle - preset open air - adds width to a drum loop OR to the extreme of which there are many choices; and 100 s of Presets to get you started. The effects of this plugin can be used to make sounds jump out or cut through a mix and still keep mono integrity
Mark Wingfield profile photo
I think Orbitron sounds beautiful. The quality of the modulation algorithms and filters is sonically wonderful. Like with Hyperspace, the programmer Jason has some magic in his coding fingers. I can already see this will become be my go-to plugin for modulation.
Jamie Muhoberac profile photo
Although Orbitron excels at putting evolution into the modulation effects world, I also like it as a straight-up modulation combiner. Combining up to four modulation sources creates very unexpected stereo images. Every plug-in should have dice buttons. And they bring fantastic results in Orbitron.
Patrik Schwitter profile photo
The awesome Orbitron is definitely my new "roller coaster" if I want to dial in a superb and also funny modulator. from subtle movements packed with emotion up to the weirdest and hyphy stuff spinning around my head. conclusion: immersion audio with just two speakers. and thanks to the clever GUI layout tweaking is a breeze. I'm totally convinced!
Emre Ramazanoglu profile photo
YES, YES, YES! Orbitron is an instant creative space generation solution for me. I'm really inspired by the interface and LOVE the randomisation that shows off the great choices of FX and control as most combinations are so useable! I love this plugin, nice job! this is SO good
Reuven Amiel profile photo
I love the possibilities and texture of Orbitron. It is a modulation Lab.
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Orbitron in reviews

Orbitron in MusicTech Magazine

date: March 16, 2021
If modulation adds interest to a part but can become monotonous, then it follows that modulating the modulation will make it more interesting. This plug-in ably demonstrates that to be true.