The Artillery 2 concept is as simple as effective: Effects are assigned to key zones and can be triggered with MIDI notes in an intuitive and extremely flexible way. With Artillery you can perform hair-raising sequences, and playfully put the effects you want in the places you want, whenever you want.
Artillery 2 now provides 28 innovative effects and unlimited creative possibilities: turn an EQ into a multi-band comp with a set of envelope followers, let a looper scratch its buffer using a step-sequencer, play pitched delay times on the keyboard, or let ring modulator´s pitches jam along the transients of your audio signals. Even a Vocoder with internal synthesizer is included.
Use Artillery 2 to do magic with your tracks or live signals on stage, in your VST/AU/RTAS compatible DJ software or in your studio setup.
Artillery II Stand-alone 64-bit
Artillery is now available as version 2.3 and supports all 64-bit systems. In addition to that, Artillery now comes as a standalone application that turns your computer into an effect keyboard. Use it anywhere you want without the need of a VST/AU/RTAS compatible sequencer. The standalone also provides some useful features like the audio player and recorder. With the new “Check for Updates” function all Sugar Bytes Products are up to date with just one click.
Artillery is a multi effect. Effects are assigned to keyboard zones and enabled with MIDI notes.
Universal Modulator. Each effect parameter has its own modulation engine containing LFO, Envelope, Envelope Follower and Step Sequencer.
Key Track: The note position inside the effect zone can control parameters.
Mix Envelope: Each effect has an envelope for Dry/Wet Control.
- Standard Delay
- Diffusion Delay
- Filter Delay
- Tonal Delay Filter
- Multimode Filter
- Vowel Multi-mode Filter
- Vintage Lowpass
- Sync Dumper
- Step Looper
- Tonal Looper
- Ring Deluxe Special
- Controller assignment reset
- Reverser crash fixed
- Mix envelope attack improved
- Chorus improved
- Tempo change optimization
- New MIDI message modulation
Artillery II received the “Innovation-Award” by Computer Music.