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- Zynewave updates Podium Free to v3.2.1 11 Mar 2014, 5:00 pm
Zynewave has updated Podium Free to v3.2.1. Changes: Podium Free is available as both 64-bit (x64) and 32-bit (x86) builds. Support for Unicode file names and text input. New "Control Surfaces" page. […]
- TriTone Digital releases RecallTone AAX 64-bit for Pro Tools 11 11 Mar 2014, 4:13 pm
TriTone Digital has announced that RecallTone, a utility plug-in for Mac OS X, is now available as AAX 64-bit for Pro Tools 11. RecallTone represents a breakthrough for recalling studio sessions, pro. […]
- Akai’s $199 Analog Drum Machine with Bass Synth: Rhythm Wolf Details 11 Mar 2014, 3:32 pm
Remember when a $200 budget used to buy you a metronome and flight case, if you were lucky? Now, you have a range of great synths you can choose from. And now it’s Akai’s turn. The Rhythm Wolf is. […]
- Akai Professional introduces MPX16 Sample Recorder and Player 11 Mar 2014, 12:07 pm
Akai Professional has announced the MPX16, an advanced sample player with onboard sound recording. The portable MPX16 plays and records .WAV samples using SD cards for powerful, reliable performance. […]
- M-Audio updates Keystation Keyboards 11 Mar 2014, 11:49 am
M-Audio has introduced the updated Keystation keyboard series. Designed to be simple, powerful solutions for sequencing music and playing virtual instruments, the new Keystation series boasts even [R. […]
- M-Audio announces all-new Oxygen Controller Keyboards 11 Mar 2014, 11:41 am
M-Audio has introduced the new Oxygen controller series. Created for musicians and producers, they introduce a host of controls, an intuitive layout, and a software suite for making music. Availabl [. […]
- Akai Pro announces APC40 MKII, APC Key 25 and APC MINI - Ableton Live Controllers 11 Mar 2014, 10:58 am
Akai Professional has announced three new Ableton Live controllers—the APC40 mkII, APC Key 25, and APC mini. In 2009, Akai Professional partnered with the creators of Ableton Live and introduced [R. […]
- Abbey Road at Home? Waves Emulates Double Tracking Made Famous by Beatles, $99 Sale 11 Mar 2014, 10:50 am
It all started in 1966 as a way to fake multiple takes – and it works pretty well for any vocals. And now, in one of the more ambitious emulation efforts undertaken recently, software engineers are. […]
- Nektar announce Impact LX25 and Impact LX61 Controller Keyboards 11 Mar 2014, 10:45 am
Nektar Technology has announced the imminent release of the Impact LX25 and Impact LX61 budget USB MIDI controller keyboards, featuring the unique and musician friendly direct integration with most [. […]
- Liine releases Lemur for iOS v5.0 11 Mar 2014, 9:35 am
Liine has announced the release of version 5.0 of Lemur, the iOS controller app, which is now easier to use than ever, more customisable and with more out-of-the-box functionality. Canvas is a brand. […]
JB TimeMachine is a VST plugin that provides accurate reproduction of the characteristic sound of vintage samplers, such as the Commodore 64, or older Akai samplers. The (virtual) sampling rate can be varied, as well as the number of bits used for digital representation. furthermore, aliasing distortion can be generated individually for AD and DA conversion.
CMT Bitcrusher is an easy to use, opensource distortion / bit crusher / downsampler plug.
Bit/Rate-Reducer vst audio effect with pre- and after cutoff filters. Runs on most vst hosts. Gives you the ability to create Daft Punk like chord sounds, cool lofi beats and more. Version 2 now comes with 3 interpolation algorithms, lp/hp filters, 2 bit reducers and improvements!
CamSR and ArkeCode
Float Crush is a new type of bitcrusher exploiting the nature of the floating point unit. It offers something the regular bitcrusher can’t; a dual flavor distortion.
What does Float Crush do?
A floating point unit has three important segments to it, the sign, the exponent, and the mantissa. A normal 32-bit float uses 23 bits for it’s mantissa values and 7 bits for it’s exponent.
What Float Crush does is applies quantization to the exponent and mantissa range of bits, the same quantization a normal bitcrusher would. But the difference is this creates a multi-staged effect, where quantizing the mantissa range brings a soft, airy texture, and the exponent range which can completely ‘rearrange’ the sound.
There’s only a few presets but try it out for yourself. When adjusting the exponent effect, you might notice the signal gets softer, if that happens use the Pre-Gain control to compensate.
thrummaschine is a 3-band distortion effect with independant, LFO-driven filters. Make your bass, mid and high frequencies oscillate at different speeds, shapes and pan, with whatever flavour and level of distortion you dial in for each band- 3 user-defined bands for bass, mid and high freqencies, with overlap if required- 3 filters with tempo-sync LFO, for each freq band- overdrive, distortion and bitcrush effects- send level for each band to each effect- pan and volume for each band!!WARNING!! Thrummaschine is capable of nasty loudness if you push the settings hard, keep volumes low while you play with the controls
This FX VST is the same Bipolar Distortion found in the War Drumz VSTi. A filter/bitcrasher/distortion effect which sounds especially good on drums. It comes with 20 presets.
Eat Me is a Stereo Bit Crusher
A simple bitcrusher plugin.
Flanging, bit crunching, distortion effect inspired by the Alesis Bitrman f/x unit.
Very simple but effective Feedback / Aliasing FX with Sample-Rate Reduction.
Applies a simple algorithmic sequencer to downsampling settings.
A single-stream quasi-synchronous granulator which also features an analog filter to further manipulate the sound with a smooth lowpass, phatpass(with some big bottom end) and highpass formant hybrid settings. The sonix interface is very easy on the eyes and the gui gives sonix the look of hardware rather than software.All the main controls can be automated of course so you get ‘full control’over your audio grains, and metering is courtesy of a standard rms sensing VU which monitors the mono input level only.
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