Inear Display has released Oxymore, a delay effect plug-in for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Oxymore comes loaded with a comprehensive selection of presets from Ivo Ivanov and Daed.
Oxymore is a delay plugin with stutter, lowpass filter and modulation effects thrown in the feedback signal path. It can be used to generate classic delay effects as well as wild signal mutations.
The input signal first goes through a delay line on each stereo channel, but instead of sending directly the output back into the delay line, the resulting signal is sent to a stutter processor, then to a lowpass filter, and finally to another delay line on the opposite channel which is modulated for creating chorus type effects. The output of the second delay line is then routed back to the first one on the original channel.
The Oxymore plug-in for Windows, Mac and Linux (VST/AU) is available to purchase for the introductory price of 10 EUR until May 7th, 2013 (regular 20 EUR).
More information: Inear Display / Oxymore
Inear Display has released version 1.2 of Eurydice, a semi-modular sound mangling plugin focused on sound design.
The original Eurydice was based on two sound buffers, two multimode filters and two crushers. Starting with version 1.2, these blocks can now be combined in multiple ways thanks to the introduction of a patch panel that allows you to bend the signal path to your will.
Changes in Eurydice
- Rewritten from scratch.
- Linux native VST version (32 and 64 bit).
- Patch panel allowing free audio/modulation routing.
- 4 LFOs.
- 4 signal mixers.
- 2 signal multipliers.
- “x 100? rate mode for the LFOs.
- Master gain control.
- Filter morph.
- Independent mix control for the crushers.
- Buffer sync helper.
- Retrigger LFOs via MIDI.
- New preset system and format (presets made with previous versions are not compatible).
Eurydice (VST/AU) is available to purchase for 20 EUR until April 29th, 2013 (regular 30 EUR).
More information: Inear Display / Eurydice
Inear Display has announced that its Bucephal, Danaides and SicknDstroy effect plugins are now available in native 32 and 64-bit VST format for Linux.
Inear Display plugins
- Bucephal is a sound mangling plugin based on two delay lines designed to be mutated by four modulators freely assignable to the time and feedback.
- Danaides is a sequenced sound mangler with a powerful modulation section.
- SicknDstroy is a multimode lo-fi effect plugin.
Bucephal and Danaides are 20 EUR each, SicknDstroy is freeware. The plugins are now available for Windows, Mac & Linux (VST/AU).
More information: Inear Display
Inear Display has released version 1.2 of SicknDstroy, a free multimode lo-fi effect plugin for Windows and Mac.
Inear Display’s SicknDstroy plug-in gets a new graphic user interface.
Changes in SicknDstroy v1.2
- New user interface.
- New preset format (presets made with previous versions are not compatible).
The plug-in is available as a free download for Windows and Mac (VST/AU).
More information: Inear Display / SicknDstroy
Inear Display has announced Danaides, a sequenced sound mangler with a powerful modulation section.
It gives you the ability to route the input signal through a filter and three sound destruction effect processors : a “driller” that will loop and repitch very small slices of the signal, a “metalizer” delay and a samplerate reducer.
Danaides feautres built-in effect and dry-wet sequencers.
- 3 sound mangling effects : “driller”, “metalizer” and “reducer” .
- 1 pre-filter with mode morph (Lowpass, Bandpass, Highpass).
- Effect selection sequencer.
- Dry-wet sequencer.
- 2 Morph LFOs with 2 sub-LFOs each.
- Host tempo sync for the LFOs.
- Modulation inputs for each effect/filter parameters.
- Sequence randomizers.
- Global randomizer.
- MIDI learn.
- MIDI program change support.
- MIDI layout for TouchOSC on IPad.
- Vector based resizable User Interface.
- Cross-platform presets.
- 61 factory presets.
- Lifetime free updates for registered customers.
Danaides for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for the introductory price of 10 EUR until March 5th, 2013 (regular 20 EUR).
More information: Inear Display / Danaides
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on Feb 12, 2013
Glitchmachines has announced the release of Fragment, the first installment in a new Macropack sample pack series.
Macropacks are affordable sample packs that feature collaborations with cutting edge software developers and sound designers. Fragment features 300 sound effects by Ivo Ivanov, an exclusive plugin from Inear Display and a custom Lemur template from Antonio Blanca.
The lo-fi character of this sample pack is suitable for projects in need of aggressive, provocative, and mind-bending material. Sourced from a private collection of circuit bent hardware, these samples were skillfully layered and processed to offer a fresh perspective on the sonic range typically associated with bent sounds.
Fragment comes with an artifact buffer effect plugin for Windows and Mac.
Inear Display’s Fragment plugin is a collaborative effort between Thomas Hennebert, Ivo Ivanov, and Antonio Blanca.
It features a granulizer/stutter effect, a multimode filter, and an LFO, and is designed to achieve a wide range of sonic artifacts. Fragment includes a custom Lemur template for iPad, crafted by sound designer and Lemur expert Antonio Blanca, giving you multi-touch control over every parameter.
- Approximately 850 MB of 24/96 .wav audio files (300 samples).
- AU/VST Artifact Buffer plugin by Inear Display.
- iPad Lemur Template by Antonio Blanca.
- Sampler Kits & Instruments for NI Kontakt.
The sound pack is available to purchase for $9 USD.
More information: Glitchmachines / Fragment