Deal: Overloud’s new Gem Mod plug-in is free for a week

Overloud Gem ModOverloud has released Gem Mod, an emulation of the famous Roland Dimension-D chorus effect from the 80s. And you can get it for free: During the first week, Overloud is giving away 1000 free licenses per day.

Overloud Gem Mod

The latest plug-in of the Overloud Gem series emulates the classic Roland Dimension-D hardware chorus effect, a studio staple of the 1980s. Famous for its rich and musical sound, the Dimension-D is a favorite for vocals, guitar and even full mixes. And now you can add it to your plug-in arsenal thanks to Overloud’s emulation.

The developer hasn’t stopped there, though. The original only offered a handful of buttons for choosing various presets, which have been faithfully modeled, including pressing combinations of buttons. In addition to this, the Gem Mod plug-in offers plenty of controls to play with and fine-tune the effect to your liking. You can adjust the speed, depth, shape and amount of modulation and sync the LFO to the tempo of your track. All parameters can be controlled by input envelopes, which means that the effect can react to the input signal.

Overloud has also added an input saturation stage for generating extra harmonics. And there’s a mix control to blend in as much of the effect signal as you like.

Get Overloud Gem Mod for free

And here’s the best news yet: During the first week, you can get the Gem Mod plug-in for free. The company is giving away a maximum of 1000 free licenses per day until September 27, 2021. After that, the price will increase to USD 99. All you need to do to secure yourself a free copy is create a user account on the Overloud website (if you don’t already have one), and click “download for free”.

System requirements

The plug-in runs on macOS (Apple Silicon supported) and Windows in VST3, AU and AAX formats.

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