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ndc Plugs updates Fragmental to v1.01

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ndc Plugs Fragmental

ndc Plugs has released version 1.01 of Fragmental, a freeware versatile multi-fx plugin.

Changes in v1.01

  • Fixed: denormalisation bug with the delay
  • Fixed: LFO Freq Range button when Host Sync’s on

Visit ndc Plugs for more information and a link to download Fragmental.


ndc Plugs releases Fragmental v1.00

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ndc Plugs has released Fragmental v1.00, a freeware complex multi-fx plugin.

Fragmental incorporates a delay, granulator, three phase vocoder effects, a reversinator, and three types of modulation source, each of which may be either an LFO, an envelope follower on the input audio, or a special physically-modeled knob.

ndc Plugs Fragmental v1.00
ndc Plugs Fragmental v1.00

Fragmental incorporates a very flexible routing scheme capable of serial and parallel effects routings, and a new kind of modulation routing based on a kind of pie chart representation. This plugin was developed in conjunction with Shamann.

The download includes a comprehensive manual explaining the various parts of Fragmental.

Note: Some of the presets are quite loud, so you may want to turn your speakers down when you’re exploring them.

Visit ndc Plugs for more information and a link to download Fragmental.


Audio Damage releases Replicant

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Audio Damage Replicant

Audio Damage has released Replicant, a delay-based effect in the “beat slicer/looper” vein, with some tricks of its own that separate it from the herd.

From a simple delay or panning effect, on up to massive random beat mangling, Replicant is a capable plugin well in line with today’s modern electronic music styles. Stuttering buffers and filter drops are easy to program, and the comprehensive randomization features give it a mind of its own, if so desired.


  • Tempo-based delay and looping effects, from 1/128th note to an entire measure
  • Six independant randomization controls, for subtle changes or extreme aleatoric madness, including a global randomize button
  • Our unique “Hold” feature, to store a random sequence you like
  • Resonant low-pass and high-pass filters that change over time
  • Pan position that changes over time
  • Two separate direction modes, for entire events or individual repeats, with randomization
  • Full MIDI Learn for hardware control of every parameter. (VST only; handled by host in AU version)

Replicant costs $49.00 and is available as a VST effect for Windows, and as an AudioUnit/VST effect bundle for OSX Universal Binary. (Note that you must have OSX 10.3.9 or greater to use the Macintosh version of this plugin)

As with all AD products there is no demo version available (they offer a 30-day “not happy? get 100% refund” policy), so go check the audio demos to see what Replicant sounds like.

For 49 dollars you can’t really go wrong though, especially if you like FSU plug-ins like Glitch and Livecut.

Visit Audio Damage for more information and links to download mp3 demos, or check this post on Intelligent Machines for a small Beta testing report.