AudioThing has released version 1.2.0 of Fog Convolver, a convolution plugin that applies the sonic character of an impulse response to another sound in real time.
An impulse response is a recording of the output that is caused by an acoustic space or electronic gear when an impulse is played (electric spark, starter pistol shot or the bursting of a balloon).
Fog Convolver can be used to add reverberation, create special effects, and apply an acoustic impulse captured from audio equipment.
Changes in Fog Convolver v1.2.0
- Start/End now works in samples, milliseconds, or percentage.
- AIFF bank import enabled.
- Up to 4x Faster Loading/Updating time.
- Added function to save Default Preset.
- Added Mono->Stereo channel configuration.
- Fixed crash if no bank is installed.
- Fixed filters input values (now works with both Hz and kHz values).
- Fixed Dry/Wet input values.
AudioThing has also released Vintage Mics, a free impulse response bank.
It features 40 impulse responses of vintage microphones from 20 manufactures. Mostly ribbon microphones from the 30s to the 70s.
Courtesy of the Microphone Impulse Response Project.
For Convolver for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for purchase for 65 EUR.