Undertone 2 is a major update and advancement from Undertone 1: faster, more powerful and easier to use, with a long list of new features and improvements.
Undertone 2 is a realtime ambience and texture generator, sound multiplier and drone maker, based on granular and convolution synthesis.
Up to 50 grains. Grains up to 30 seconds long. 7.1 panner support.
Undertone 2 is now available as VST3, Audio Units, AAX and AudioSuite (for MacOS and Windows).
Try it now (30 days trial included)
Full version €199 – Upgrade €89 (tax excl.)
What can you do with Undertone 2?
- Easily create fills for dialogue editing
- From multiple single sounds to multitude
- Randomise sounds (in time and space)
- Create surround ambiences from mono sound recordings
- Generate variations from your audio samples
- Design ever changing soundscapes
- Perform evolving musical drones
- Create M&E fills in seconds
Simple room tones and fillers. Complex and rich backgrounds. Realistic and evolving environments. Otherworldly sounds. Musical drones.
Undertone 2 is the breath of randomness that gives life and movement to any sound.
Supervising sound editor
(The Handmaid’s Tale, The Expanse, Locke & Key)
“Undertone is my favourite tool for creating dialogue fill,
it sounds more natural than anything else I’ve tried”
(Everything Everywhere All at Once, Star Trek: Discovery)
“Undertone has become an invaluable tool in my effects editorial and design arsenal. In many instances, I am able to take a handful of seemingly ordinary sounds and create unique beds with extraordinary movement, characteristics, and, at times, emotion.
Undertone proved critical in approaching the backgrounds and drones we created for Everything Everywhere All at Once. It was very useful in creating beds that enabled us to add a sense of confusion or ambiguity when one universe was leaking into the next, as well as the unearthly/hollow tones used to make up the temple of the Bagel and the Bagel void itself”
Supervising dialogue editor
(Chernobyl, Black Mirror, Darkest Hour)
“Undertone is now an essential in my dialogue editing toolbox – for creating clean fill, fill with movement in it, for continuing bg noises such as planes or car noise which is often hard to fill, for elongating screams…you name it. And it’s a must-have for creating DX sessions for M&E too. Strongly recommended!”
Sound Designer & Founder @ Unidentified Sound Object
“The grown up kids @ Audiokids have enclosed in a unique and friendly device two of my desert island DSP tools: granulation and convolution. Once you’ve started using Undertone, it’s addictive… primarily for the tiny but important tasks such as creating air fills for dialogue tracks. Watch out though: it’s a powerful instrument to create complex soundscapes and atmospheres in an intuitive, simple interface. Kudos to Davide, Fabrizio and Mattia!”