Synthescience.com webpage gets a full content update and now delivers 18!! more effects/processors plugins to join the two allready published synths, Prodigious & Poly 2106.
Taking a big jump from two to twenty free unrestricted full featured products was the best way we could find to mark our statement into this new year, now meet the new faces at products/effects processors area and hope you enjoy the looks & features, the synthescience team…
Delay Box is one of the 18 new free effect plug-ins by Synthescience.
Rob Papen has released RP-Distort RE, a distortion effect for Propellerhead Reason.
The previously released RP-Distort plugin is now available for Reason.
RP-Distort is not just a distortion unit, but much more. The distortion unit inside RP-Distort can be combined with an analog modeled filter, compressor and widener unit.
On top of that, the controls can be modulated using midi sources or by one of the 4 build in LFOs that can sync to your host tempo. The distortion unit offers 22 distortion types included ring modulator and lo-fi.
RP-Distort is a wicked FX unit that will distort or alter your tracks in an inspirational way.
The RP-Distort RE is available to purchase for the introductory price of 19 EUR / $25 USD until December 31st, 2012 (regular 29 EUR / $35 USD).
Cupwise FX has entered the Radio Junk effect plugin in the KVR Developer Challenge 2012.
Radio Junk is a small but unique suite of effects made from 2 junky old radios, one solid-state (from the 70s) and the other a tube radio (from the 50s). The radios were ‘sampled’ using technology similar but superior to the common convolution impulses out there. It’s called Nebula, and it can capture the sound of what’s being sampled at different dynamic levels, and it can also capture some of the distortion, unlike standard convolution.
These effects use a variant of the Nebula tech called ‘Acqua’, which just means that these are stand-alone effects, and you don’t need Nebula to load them (it’s built in, basically). The radios were sampled in extreme ways to get some nasty lo-fi effects.
Since these were made with the Nebula technology, they will sound different from other plug-ins out there.
Radio Junk is available to download as a freeware VST effect plug-in.
Psychic Modulation has announced the release of Phonec, a virtual synthesizer instrument that is best described as an ‘analog flux synthesizer’.
Inspired by the mystique of video logo synth scores from worn out VHS tapes, Phonec was primarily designed with character in mind.
However Phonec is capable of producing a wide range of sounds such as vintage analogue tones, lo-fi synthscapes, ethereal pads, minimal techno sequences, and synthwave leads and basses.
Phonec has an intuitive GUI that attempts to strike a balance between form and function, making it a very usable tool that can be a real inspiration to work with. Apart from it’s unique character and smooth workflow, Phonec has several interesting features that set it apart from the crowd.
Dual oscillators that can be combined in various ways.
Analog style oscillator drifting.
A unique Melt feature that adds instant character to any patch.
3 LFOs (2 monophonic, 1 polyphonic).
HFO (High Frequency Oscillator).
2 Modulation Envelopes.
Echoshifter Delay Unit.
Universal Value Display.
Double Click Parameter Reset.
Phonec for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for the introductory price of $34 USD.
This week only, get all of Puremagnetik’s glitchy, chippy, 8-bit computer and toy sounds for under $10 (normally a $120 value). This bundle comes packed with 10 Micropaks and over 1 Gigabyte of samples from toys, vintage video game chips, circuit bent devices and more!
Glitch, Toy & LoFi Bundle includes over 1GB of sounds from the following Micropaks: alphaSynth, Bender, Blip, ToyBox 1, ToyBox 2, Artifact, Ultrakord, Hackshop, PunchPak, Eight Bit. Everything is delivered in Ableton Live 8, Kontakt 4/5 and Logic 8/9 formats.
The bundle is available to purchase for $9.99 USD until Saturday September 8th, 2012.