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arcDev Noise Industries releases Mainliner X2

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arcDev Noise Industries Mainliner X2

arcDev Noise Industries has released Mainliner X2, a monosynth geared toward making fat bass sounds.

Features

  • 3×3 oscillators
  • 3 LFOs
  • 3 EnvGen
  • 2 Filters
  • FM
  • HardSync
  • Nice GUI
  • Includes presets

Check arcDev Noise Industries for more information and a link to download Mainliner X2.

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arcDev Noise Industries releases ET-200

arcDev Noise Industries ET-200 VST

arcDev Noise Industries has updated it’s ET-100 bucket-brigade echobox.

ET-200 retains the same sound as the 100, but adds (optional) tempo-syncing and stereo operation.

ET-200 is offered as donationware. If you find yourself using them past a reasonable trial time, please make a donation of your choice to your local branch of the World Wildlife Fund.

Check arcDev Noise Industries for more information and a link to download ET-200.

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arcDev Noise Industries releases Blittr v1.0

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arcDev Noise Industries Blittr

arcDev Noise Industries has released Blittr, a buffer-sampling, stuttering glitchbox in the tradition of DFX’s Buffer override.
Blittr features integrated modulation LFOs, XY pad and a useless-but-cool-looking wave scope and is available as free/donationware.

Check the arcDev Noise Industries website for more information and a link to download Blittr.

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arcDev Noise Industries releases ET-100

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arcDev ET-100 delay

ET-100 is another prototype in aDNI’s unending quest for a DECENT BB-style delay.
According to aDNI, ET-100 sounds pretty close to his DM-300, particuarly when performing severe time/pitch warping in realtime.

Visit the arcDev Noise Industries website to see a full screenshot and to download the ET-100.

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