Voxengo has announced the release of Shinechilla, an experimental creative sound effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Shinechilla allows you to generate and blend 2nd, 3rd and 4th harmonics with the original dry sound. The harmonic generation process offered by Shinechilla is quite unique on the plug-in market since it produces almost no intermodulation distortion.
Shinechilla is mainly usable for solo instrument processing where it literally “shines” by producing convincing and full-bodied harmonic coloration. Shinechilla is also unique in that it is able to add harmonic coloration on top of the sound instead of distorting the whole sound. However, the option to saturate the whole sound is also available.
The strength of harmonic coloration added by Shinechilla can be flexibly adjusted over the whole frequency range, for each harmonic. In overall, Shinechilla is a great tool for contemporary electronic music producers looking for impressive timbres.
Shinechilla adds an exceptional shine and bite to your sounds.
2nd, 3rd, 4th harmonics generator.
Spectral harmonic level control.
Spectral threshold control.
Stereo and multi-channel processing.
Internal channel routing.
Up to 8x oversampling.
64-bit floating point processing.
Contextual hint messages.
All sample rates support.
60 ms compensated processing latency.
Shinechilla is avaialble to purchase for the Introductory price of $49.95 USD for two weeks from now (regular $59.95 USD).
Recently I bought a turntable to use it for an experiment, but that didn’t turn out as I was expecting. Then, I noticed the equally spaced ridges on the plate and got an idea for something else.
For about an hour I recorded short musical phrases by rubbing leaves against the turntable (the type of leaf, angle, pressure and fold determined the sound), then I combined the different takes together. Every element comes from those recordings, including the bass, kick and snare sounds (shaped with EQ, compression and resonators).
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Robot Percussion features mesmerising performances of hand built music monsters triggering a range of real drums, bells, chimes, motors and discarded objects controlled by a computer brain creating complex rhythms and intricate soundscapes.
Robot Percussion features
71 live percussion loops, 301 virtual & manipulated loops.
After 2 award winning dubstep packs, Rankin Audio takes it back to the gritty underground with Experimental Dubstep.
Influenced by the likes of Amon Tobin, Eskmo, Kryptic Minds and Noisia this is all about chilling atmospheres, twisted foley and face-melting bass. Focusing in on organic layered sounds that will fill out the spectrum of your mix to give your track an accomplished, professional sound.
Experiments In Dubstep features
408 MB content, 24-bit quality.
Includes 11 Drum Loops, 22 Top Loops, 54 Bass Loops, 37 Synth & Atmos Loops, 44 Music Foley Loops, 18 Cymbal One Shots, 11 Kick One Shots, 20 Perc One Shots, 12 Snare & Clap One Shots, 28 Dirty Dub Stabs, 10 Vocal One Shots, 30 FX.
Experiments In Dubstep is available to purchase for £19.95 GBP.