Coyote Centrifuge is a plugin that implements high-quality
rotating-speaker effects. Advanced audio processing algorithms produce a very
clean output, free of artifacts.
Some of the unique features of the
Coyote Centrifuge are:
It is available in both DXi and VST formats.
- Emulation of several
different vintage rotating-speaker models
- Control of the speed of
the "treble and bass rotors"
- Control of the ramp
time (the time to transition between fast and slow speed)
- Handles professional
audio formats, including 16-bit, 24-bit and floating-point, at up to 192 KHz
- Supports DXi
should be compatible with any audio application that accepts DirectX or VST plugins.
It has been tested with several of the more popular applications, including
Sonar*, Cubase SX*, Orion Platinum*, Cool Edit Pro*, Wavelab*, Cakewalk Home Studio*,
Tracktion*, N-track Studio*, Vegas*, Ableton Live*, Fruity Loops* and Sound Forge*
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their respective owners)
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Evaluating and purchasing Coyote Centrifuge
You can install the demo version of Centrifuge and run
it for the purposes of evaluation. It is fully functional but it will mute the
audio for a half-second every 10 seconds.
Once you have decided to
purchase Centrifuge, payment may be made by cheque, money order or credit card.
The registration fee is only $25.00 U.S. for both versions (DXi and VST) and this entitles you to technical
support from Coyote's responsive support staff, as well as a free upgrade to
any future version of the plugin. When you register, the full version of the
plugin will be sent to you by e-mail.
If you want to quickly hear some
of the capabilities of this remarkable plugin, go to the
Demos page and download the sample
See the Downloads page
for a list of sites from which the evaluation version of Centrifuge can be
- Runs under Windows 98,
NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
- Pentium-III, Pentium-4
or Athlon recommended, with:
- At least 64MB of RAM,
- A 16- or 24-bit sound
- For the DXi version: DirectX 8 or higher
(available free from Microsoft)
(DirectX 3, with Windows NT 4.0, is also
- An audio application
that supports DirectX or VST plugins. If the application supports DXi
(not just basic DirectX), or VST, then automation
functions will also be available.