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Joey Sturgis Tones releases Pixelator plugin

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Joey Sturgis Tones has released Pixelator, an audio resolution manipulation effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Joey Sturgis Tones Pixelator

Audio resolution manipulator for sound design and destruction. This plugin was created with producers, sound designers, and musicians in mind and allows you to create low resolution audio and bit crushed sound through a variety of modes each with different sonic characteristics.

This is an audio processor, not an instrument.

Pixelator for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available for purchase for the introductory price of $15 USD (regular $30 USD).

More information: Joey Sturgis Tones / Pixelator

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Z3 Audiolabs updates Dizztroy distortion plugin to v1.5

Z3 Audiolabs Dizztroy

Z3 Audiolabs has released version 1.5 of Dizztroy, a bitcrush / overdrive / distortion effect plug-in for Windows.

While the focus for Dizztroy originally was on drum distortion, the new feedback parameter and the modulations of the filter and the crusher opens the door to a wide range of new application possibilities like blowing up your lead-synths, guitars, voices but also for creative lo-fi effects, modulated filter effects and many more.

Changes in Dizztroy v1.5

  • Added exponential distortion to overdrive selections.
  • Added feedback parameter for Drive.
  • Added feedback parameter for waveshape distortion.
  • Added bandpass filter.
  • Envelope following signals can be routed to filter cutoff, filter resonance and crusher.
  • Overworked presets + 48 new presets by Tomoroh Hidari (it comes with 80 presets now).
  • Completely overworked envelope followers:
    • Graphical representation of what’s happening.
    • Added a delay parameter.
    • Added an amount parameter.
    • Performance optimized code.
  • Several smaller performance optimizations.
  • Overworked GUI.
  • Presets are shown in groups now for better overview.

Dizztroy for Windows (VST) is available for purchase for 29.90 EUR. The update is free for existring customers of Dizztroy.

More information: Z3 Audiolabs / Dizztroy

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Spektro Audio updates Spektro Nucleation for Max for Live to v2.0

Spektro Audio has released version 2.0 of Spektro Nucleation, a Max For Live device that functions as a waveshaper and bitcrusher.

This major (and free!) update brings some exciting new features to our beloved waveshaping device.

Spektro Nucleation

Changes in Spektro Nucleation v2.0

  • gen~ processing: During versions 1.0x, Nucleation, like most MaxforLive devices, processed sound in blocks of samples. Now, in version 2.0, it upsamples the signal by 2x and then uses the gen~ technology to process sample-by-sample! This new processing method results in less digital artifacts, less aliasing and a more pleasing timbre for your sound.
  • New controls for you to shape your sound even further: offset and shift! Even tho the Offset control already existed in the previous versions, it now works differently due to the new gen~ processing method. The new Shift control allows you to shift the waveform forward in time, completely changing the sound.

Spektro Nucleation is available to purchase for $5 USD. A free lite edition is available to download.

More information: Spektro Audio / Nucleation

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Audio Damage launches DubJr, Grainshift & Errorbox Eurorack modules

Audio Damage DubJr

Audio Damage has announced the release of DubJr, Grainshift and Errorbox, three Eurorack modules.

After two years of R&D (a sentence fragment that in no way conveys the experience we’ve just been through), and coincidentally during the week of Audio Damage’s tenth anniversary, we have succeeded in releasing a hardware platform for our DSP effects, and are ludicrously proud to unveil the first three Audio Damage hardware products: DubJr, Grainshift, and Errorbox.

Audio Damage Eurorack modules

  • ADM01 DubJr is the delay from Dubstation, in a pint-sized Eurorack modular format, for your knob-twisting pleasure.
  • ADM02 Grainshift is a real-time granular pitch-shifter and chaos effect for the Eurorack modular format. From simple smooth micro-tuned pitch shifting and chorus effects on up to full metal granular chaos, Grainshift is a versatile module, easy to use and fun to have.
  • ADM03 Errorbox is just like any other tool-kit utility module, except that in this tool-kit, all the tools are chainsaws and rabid badgers. Includes a sample rate reducer, bit rate reducer, and ERR algorithm (as found in the Kombinat Dva plug-in).

The modules are available to purchase via Audio Damage’s retail partners for $179 USD each (currently exclusively at Analogue Haven).

More information: Audio Damage / Eurorack modules

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Virtual Creations updates Elite Reducer to v2.1 (incl. Mac)

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Virtual Creations 3li73 Reducer

Virtual Creations has released version 2.1 of Elite Reducer, a free bit/samplerate reducer effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

This effect is a very compact bit/samplerate-reducer with pre- and after cutoff filters. It gives you the ability to let rhythms sound more creaking and tonal sound more electronical.
Artists with a focus on Electro/Techno use reducers to get the unique “LoFi”-sound for the productions.

Version 2.1 now comes with 3 new interpolation algorithms, lp/hp switches, 3×3 types of reduction and improvements.

Changes in Elite Reducer v2.1

  • First OS X build.
  • Added VSTGUI 4.1 beta support.
  • Added Cocoa support.
  • Added 64-bit support in 32-bit processing mode.
  • Optimized anti-denormal algorithm.
  • Improved rate reducer.
  • Improved bit reducer.
  • Interpolation variants are now: Linear, B-Spline and Fake-Sin.
  • Various optimizations.
  • New much better default presets.
  • Minimum OS X version: 10.5.

Elite Reducer for Mac is available to download as freeware.

More information: Virtual Creations / Elite Reducer

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Plogue releases Chipcrusher bitcrusher, speaker simulator & noise machine

Plogue has announced the release of Chipcrusher, an advanced bitcrusher, a speaker simulator and noise machine effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Plogue Chipcrusher
Chipcrusher features DAC Encoding, Background Noise and Post-Processing.

It’s an audio effect which plays back input audio through a simulation of early lofi digital audio codecs (DAC Encoding), adds grit (Background Noise), and outputs through a selection of speaker and filter impulse responses (Post-Processing).

It can work as a VST/AU/RTAS plug-in for most major sequencing audio programs and supported tracker programs on Windows and OS X.

There is a wide spectrum of results achievable with chipcrusher. Here’s a few use cases:

  • Uniquely destroy/mangle a beat, a guitar or any other audio track.
  • Play single hits and emulate the sound of old samplers.
  • Add ‘accurate dirt’ to chipsounds’s output.
  • Etc.

Chipcrusher for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $39 ex. VAT.

More information: Plogue / Chipcrusher

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Audio Damage releases Bitcom effect plugin

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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.

Audio Damage Bitcom
Bitcom’s step sequencer drives a custom-designed bitcrusher, with a synth sidechain.

Bitcom features

  • 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.

More information: Audio Damage / Bitcom

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Audio Damage announces Bitcom plugin – Step sequenced bitcrusher & more

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Audio Damage has announced Bitcom, a bitcrusher effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Audio Damage Bitcom
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.

More information: Audio Damage / Bitcom

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