SimpliChorus is a simple stereo chorus effect, it is also a auto pan and volume gate effect, you can adjust the rate in sync and also an independent control with fine, there is feedback and smoothing of the lfo controlling the chorus.
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MechaVerb is a reverb effect where you can set the ranges of the internal delays which make up the reverb sound, you can also pan the bands and set there mixing amount which gives you a range of possible sounds from large halls to ringy metallic reverbs.
Clip-R is a stereo effect which allows you to trim/clip the ceiling (top) and floor (bottom) of any audio you put through it, it also features a boost control which happens before the clipping and can be used to distort the signal in combination with clipping.
The left channel is shown in green and the right in red, the clipping level is show in black and this lets you see exactly what is happening to the signal. The effect works well on basses and basic waveforms like a saw etc and can change the shape.
- G8-R/Pulsation Plus: 3 new vintage filters added.
- G8-R: Midi can now be recieved by midi in mode using a selected device, where as before a connection in was required which is not so common with some hosts for effects, a input is still available also if you want to use a midi plugin etc to control G8-R.
- Pulsation Plus: The gate was updated to reset/sync to midi notes.
- Pulsation Plus: Midi added to LFO Mode, this uses the incoming midi to control the speed of the lfo.
Visit Atom Splitter Audio for more information and links to download demo versions of G8-R and Pulsation Plus.
Remember LiteWave? Well, now it’s called Cobalt.
In addition to the updated graphics and name change, Cobalt now has 16 voice polyphony. Existing customers will, of course, receive the new version free of charge.
Atom Splitter Audio has already released Cobalt Vol. 1, a free sound bank for Cobalt by Grymmjack and Atomsplitter. It includes 12 catagorys of sounds ranging from phat basses, synthesied drums to dramatic strings and pads.
Atom Splitter Audio has developed a number of interesting VST plug-ins, including Distroyr and Pulsation Lite (both freeware).
One of Atom Splitter’s commercial products is G8-R, a tempo syncable gate effect plug-in for Windows PC.
A gate effect basically controls the volume of the audio. G8-R does this running by patterns in a 32-step sequencer.
Each step in the sequencer can be drawn manually to create the desired volume envelope. Simple? Yes!
G8-R has a few sequencer trigger modes: MIDI Key, GUI button and PC Key (useful for live performance I guess), Host and Freerun. Unfortunately, when stopping the transport in FL Studio, G8-R’s Host mode pauses rather than resetting its play position. This makes it run out of sync when restarting a pattern or playlist.
Is there more than gate?
G8-R also has a built-in filter effect (12 modes) with cutoff, resonance and mix controls which can be modulated.
Available modulation sources are: SEQ (1 and 2), RND (1 and 2) and LFO (1-3). The LFO’s are powered by the sequencer and have 13 different settings.
Modulation is also available for the main volume, gain, dry/wet, valve and pan controls. You even use these effects separately by bypassing the sequencer/gate altogether.
Another cool feature is the randomize buttons which let you randomize parameters to create settings you might not dial up yourself.
So what do I think?
G8-R is a great effect plug-in if you’re looking for a flexible gate with some extras.
I know there are a few free gate effects around, but G8-R’s lovely filter and modulation system add great value. At $9.99 USD it’s not exactly an expensive plug-in either.
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