Audio Damage has announced a Summer Sale, offering 30% off its plugins and bundles for a limited time.
With apologies to our antipodean customers (or, you know, people that don’t like Nelly) it’s gettin’ hot in here, so time to pick up some more plugs. Yeah, we went there.
The Audio Damage Bring The Heat sale is now on! Use the code HOTINHERRE at checkout for 30% off your order. This includes bundles! This sale lasts until Wednesday, May 22nd at midnight, so get ‘em while they’re hot.
Audio Damage has announced the release of Bitcom, a bitcrusher effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Bitcom is a modern bit-shredding digital pain-monkey, guaranteed to FSU* beyond belief (and some might say “usability” instead). In a nutshell, it is a bit-reduction algorithm of our own unique design, driven by an internal step sequencer, coupled with a simple monophonic synthesizer internally sidechained, for extra aliasing noise and woofer-shredding bass buzz.
It is, in short, one of the most destructive, noisy, unchained plug-ins you’re going to come across, and it could only have come from the R&D labs of Audio Damage, Inc.
Bitcom’s step sequencer drives a custom-designed bitcrusher, with a synth sidechain.
Bit Banging: Bitcom’s bit engine is unique; each step has eight switches that (to simplify matters greatly) turn individual bits on and off. So all 8 switches on, and the output is pretty much like the input. Start turning them off and Strange Things Happen.
Synth Signal: Bitcom includes a simple monophonic synth that can either be always on, envelope driven, or controlled via MIDI. This is mixed with the input signal to create strange new sounds. Alternatively, Bitcom can be used without any input at all, as a moderately capable synth.
Sequencer: Bitcom’s step sequencer syncs to the host DAW. The sequence can be of arbitrary length from 1 to 16 steps, and the sequencer has internal swing.
Bitcom is for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $39 USD.
Audio Damage has announced Bitcom, a bitcrusher effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Audio Damage Bitcom, a bit-bashing step sequencer with attitude.
There are subtle plug-ins you put on the two-buss to give a nice gentle vibe to a track. Bitcom is not one of those. There is no “analog modeling” in this effect. There is no warmth or tube saturation. It is utterly devoid of anything to which the word “vintage” can be applied. Bitcom is a modern bit-shredding digital banshee that beggars description and lives on the edge of instability.
In a nutshell, a step sequencer drives a custom-designed bitcrusher, with a synth sidechain. But that sentence doesn’t begin to describe the abuse that Bitcom is capable of. We pulled out every trick in the book to build a modern electronic music effect that can turn even the most sedate input in to a swinging, screaming pain-monkey, wreaking havoc on lesser sounds.
The Bitcom plugin will be available soon. Price TBA.
It’s time to hear the music that’s all around you in our first ever samples-based production competition. Featuring a bunch of awesome prizes and an EP release on the IDMf netlabel comprised of the top tracks, we hope you’ll get involved, experiment and explore new aural avenues!
The enter the competition you need to submit a track made with the samples provided in two sample packs only. The competition closes on the November 30th, 2012.
Prizes are sponsored by Audio Damage, FabFilter, U-he, Cloudkillers, and the winning submissions will be released on an album/EP via the IDMf Netlabel.
Audio Damage has announced a Fire Sale, offering a 30% discount on its effect and instrument plug-ins for Windows and Mac for a limited time.
If you follow the news in the United States, you’ll know that our office in Boulder, Colorado is completely surrounded by forest fires! There is no immediate danger, of course, but we thought it was a good time for a sale!
So use the code BURNINGUP at check-out in the Audio Damage store for 30% off your order, no matter what is in your cart. (This includes bundles!) This is a perfect opportunity to complete your Audio Damage plug-in collection.
The sale ends midnight CST on Friday, July 6th, 2012.
The Audio Damage plug-ins are available for Windows and Mac (32/64-bit VST, AU). The recently released Rough Rider Rack Extension for Reason is also available included in the sale, and available for $19 USD from the Propellerhead Shop (regular $29 USD).
Emerge Audio has announced the European Championship 2012 Sale, offering discounts on its soundsets for a limited time in celebration of the Euro 2012 soccer championship.
Save on soundsets for Dune, Massive, Diversion, and Phosphor at Emerge Audio.
European championship is beginning in my country this week (Poland and also Ukraine) and to celebrate this great and very important event for all fans of football (soccer) I am offering a discount of all my products for everyone. Check them now and celebrate with us!
Emerge Audio soundsets
Fire and Ice for Synapse Audio Dune – $9.99 instead of $14.99
Harmony for Native Instruments Massive – $12.99 instead of $19.99
Trance’n’Dirt for Dmitry Sches Diversion – $8.99 instead of $12.99
Luminescence for Audio Damage Phosphor – $6.99 instead of $9.99
Audio Damage has updated its free Rough Rider compressor effect plug-in to include 64-bit support for Windows and Mac.
Audio Damage Rough Rider compressor effect
Rough Rider is a modern compressor with a bit of “vintage” style bite and a uniquely warm sound. Perfect for adding compression effects to your drum buss, it also sounds great with synth bass, clean guitar, and backing vocals.
Definitely not an all-purpose compressor, Rough Rider is at its best when used to add pump to rhythmic tracks. Of course, you can use it however you’d like. The Compressor Police aren’t gonna come to your house and give you a citation. Slap it on a track and crank some knobs.
Rough Rider for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available as freeware.
Audio Damage has updated Automaton, a cellular automata effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Automaton is a unique look at buffer effects, allowing you to experiment with artificial life within your DAW.
With four separate effects (Stutter, Modulate, Bitcrush, and Replicate) driven by a cellular automata sequencer, Automaton is capable of adding subtle seemingly random fills and “humanizing” effects, but if you like, you can crank the sequencer up to eleven, and watch as your DAW becomes a petri dish while Automaton makes complete hay of the track you’ve inserted it to.
Changes in Automaton v1.1
Many minor bug fixes.
All versions are now 32- and 64-bit compatible.
Automaton for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $49 USD. The update is free for existing users.