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Glitchmachines updates Fracture buffer plugin to v1.1

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Glitchmachines has released version 1.1 of Fracture, the free buffer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Glitchmachines Fracture

Fracture features a buffer effect, a multimode filter, three LFOs and a delay. This plugin is geared toward adding glitchy articulations and abstract textures to your projects. Use it on anything from drums and percussion to synth lines and sound effects. Fracture’s intuitive interface and diverse features make it simple to give your projects a unique technical edge.

Changes in Fracture v1.1

  • New: Panic button to clean delay lines.
  • New: improved user interface.
  • Fixed: some controls would not properly reflect the current parameter value.
  • Fixed: better automation behavior.

Fracture for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is a free download from Glitchmachines.

More information: Glitchmachines / Fracture

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Glitchmachines releases Exophora free sample pack

Glitchmachines has announced Exophora, a free sample pack featuring 60 SFX by Ian Lambert (Daed).

Glitchmachines Exophora

Exophora is the fifth installment in our FREE Nanopack series. The goal with this series of sample packs is to bring you exclusive, high quality sound effects with the same uncompromising production values as our paid products.

Exophora features an exclusive collection of hybrid effects that were designed with modern electronic music production in mind. You will find a unique selection of everyday sounds that have been digitally mutated and totally re-imagined.

The pack is a free download at Glitchmachines.

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Glitchmachines releases Hysteresis free glitch delay

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Glitchmachines has announced the release of Hysteresis, a free glitch delay effect plug-in geared toward creating robotic artifacts and abstract musical malfunctions.

Glitchmachines Hysteresis

Hysteresis features a delay effect with stutter, lowpass filter and modulation effects thrown into the feedback signal path.

Easily infuse your projects with glitchy articulations and abstract textures. Process anything from drums and percussion to synth lines and sound effects. On top of being able to create incredibly wild signal mutations, Hysteresis can also be used to generate classic delay effects.

Hysteresis features

  • Feedback-based delay effect with tempo sync.
  • Reversible stutter effect in the feedback path.
  • Lowpass filter in the feedback path.
  • Modulation with rate division/multiplication.
  • Presets by Ivo Ivanov, Thomas Hennebert, DAED & Apparition.

The plug-in is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) as a free download.

More information: Glitchmachines / Hysteresis

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Glitchmachines launches Spring Sale – 30% off

Glitchmachines has announced a Spring Sale, offering 30% discount on all its products.

Glitchmachines Spring Sale

Summer is approaching and we want to thank you for your ongoing support. From now through midnight on Sunday June 8th, save 30% on all purchases in your cart.

Use coupon code: GMSPRING2014

We’re hard at work on some very exciting new products and can’t wait show you what’s next. Stay tuned…

The sale ends June 8th, 2014.

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Glitchmachines launches Quadrant modular sound generator plugin & sample library

Glitchmachines Quadrant

Glitchmachines has announced the release of Quadrant, a modular sound generator and effects processing plugin geared toward experimental sound design and electronic music production, bundled with a Eurorack modular synthesizer sample library comprised of over 1500 samples.

Quadrant’s open-ended graphical patching system and diverse set of modules give you access to a new customizable processing environment capable of a very broad range of effects.

Quadrant’s tactile workflow and vast sonic potential will inspire you to push the envelope, while its flexible architecture invites you to try imaginative new routing scenarios to explore endless possibilities. Use it to generate vivid electronic tones and textures or to process your drum loops, soft synths, sound effects and external hardware.

At the heart of Quadrant, you will find a selection of modules you can freely configure by populating up to 8 slots. Once populated with a module, a slot will give you access to up to 4 input and output nodes, which you can freely connect via Quadrant’s virtual patch cables. Inputs and Outputs are configured to have the ability to send and receive multiple signals at once, making very complex modulation scenarios possible. Quadrant ships with 26 modules ranging from effects to utility, with additional modules already planned for future updates.

Quadrant’s unique workflow and interface will change the way you think about modulation and signal processing. The plugin makes it possible to set up completely self generating patches, making it equally capable as a sound generator and effects processor. Our designers have included a variety of external and internally generated effects patches to show what the plugin is capable of. To get you started, we’ve included 160 patches by Subjex, Balkansky, Thomas Hennebert, Apparition, Daed, John Black, Shiro Fujioka and Blush Response.

Quadrant features

  • Fully patchable modular sound generator and signal processor.
  • Sample library with 1500+ modular SFX in 24bit/96khz .wav.
  • 26 Modules ranging from Oscillators & Delays to LFOs & Mixers.
  • Freely configurable module slots and signal flow.
  • Tactile graphical patching system with virtual patch cables.
  • Real-time animated audio analyzers and visualizers.
  • 160 patches from 8 cutting-edge sound designers and artists.
  • Cross-platform compatibility (PC/Mac – VST/AU 32bit & 64bit).

Quadrant is available for purchase for $49 USD.

More information: Glitchmachines / Quadrant

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Glitchmachines updates Polygon sampler plugin to v1.1

Glitchmachines has released version 1.1 of Polygon, a sampler plugin designed to facilitate the creation of stunning composite sound effects.

Glitchmachines Polygon

Co-developed by Ivo Ivanov and Thomas Hennebert, Polygon was conceived from the ground up with unconventional attributes and a fast, forward-thinking workflow.

Layering samples is only the beginning. Polygon’s unique granular mode will bend your samples into fresh material while its clean and logical interface, extensive modulation options and distinctive sonic fingerprint make it an invaluable tool for creative sound design.

Changes in Polygon v1.1

  • New features:
    • new glide controls for each sampler as well as the sub oscillator + master glide offset.
    • new solo function for each sampler and the sub oscillator.
    • the effects processors can now be chained.
    • tooltips showing the current values of knobs/sliders upon mouse hover.
    • new waveform display with adaptive zooming to the current sample focus.
    • you can now drag & drop samples from the Finder/Explorer to the sample slots.
    • save a preset with copies of the samples used in a special folder for preset portability.
    • new option in the menu for opening the Finder/Explorer at the presets folder location.
    • UI refinements with improved contrast and new knob design.
    • knobs now have a distinct indicator if their parameters are targeted by a modulator.
    • new preset menu using columns for easier navigation.
    • new factory presets by Subjex.
  • Performance enhancements:
    • numerous refinements to reduce CPU load.
    • HQ mode: when de-activated can further reduce CPU load.
  • Bugfixes:
    • fixed : some parameters would not update properly at sample rates higher than 44.1kHz.
    • fixed : on preset change the sample folders paths (for file navigation using the arrows) would not update properly.
    • fixed : loop mode broken if focus set to 100%.
    • fixed : buttons and menus would capture the “Enter” key.
    • fixed : the stutter effect could get stuck looping a short click.
    • fixed : sample reverse misbehavior.

Polygon for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $49 USD.

More information: Glitchmachines / Polygon

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Glitchmachines releases Fracture free buffer effect plugin

Glitchmachines Fracture

Glitchmachines has announced the release of Fracture, a free buffer effect plugin geared toward creating robotic artifacts and abstract musical malfunctions.

Fracture features a buffer effect, a multimode filter, three LFOs and a delay.

This plugin is geared toward adding glitchy articulations and abstract textures to your projects. Use it on anything from drum and percussion loops to synth lines and sound effects.

Fracture’s intuitive interface and diverse features make it simple to give your projects a unique technical edge.

Fracture features

  • Buffer Effect.
  • 3 LFOs.
  • Multi-Mode Filter.
  • Delay Effect.
  • Presets by Ivo Ivanov & Thomas Hennebert.

The effect plug-in is available to download for Windows and Mac (VST/AU, 32/64-bit).

More information: Glitchmachines / Fracture

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Glitchmachines launches Holiday Sale – 30% off

Glitchmachines has announced its Holiday Sale, offering a 30% discount on its products for a limited time.

Glitchmachines Holiday Sale

Happy Holidays from Glitchmachines!

We’ve had a fantastic 2013 and want to thank you for your ongoing support.

From now through January 1, Save 30% on all purchases in your cart (excludes Polygon).

Use coupon code: GMHOLIDAY2013

We wish you a safe and happy Holiday season and we look forward to revealing lots of exciting products planned for 2014.

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