ShuttleBuG records releases Grep v2.1 and Timeframe v1.1

ShuttleBug records Grep v2.1
ShuttleBug records Timeframe v1.1

ShuttleBuG records has released two new freeware Shuttleplugs effect plugins for Windows PC.

Grep is an audio destruction unit/fuzz-machine (waveshaping) and features:

  • CLATTER section adds clatter to the sound.
  • SPLATTER section splats the sound, the amount of splattering can be adjusted with the slider.
  • KLONG section rectifies the signal. There’s also a button to splut the klong.
  • SPUTTER section adds sputter to the sound, the amount of sputtering can be adjusted with the slider.
  • Frequency and resonance controls (“F” & “Q” sliders in the FILTER section).

Timeframe is an LFO-controlled delay effect. The faders & waveform-selector control the LFO, while LFO controls the delaytime. Timeframe features a feedback knob and mono/stereo-selector to control the delay, and the mix knob controls the overall dry/wet mix.

Visit ShuttleBuG records for more information and links to download Grep and Timeframe.


ShuttleBuG records releases Piggle VSTi

ShuttleBug records Piggle

ShuttleBuG records has released Piggle, a freeware phase distortion synth for Windows PC.

Piggle is part of the Shuttleplugs, a collection of freeware VST effect and instrument plug-ins created by Stephen Daveloose.

The following Shuttleplugs plug-ins are currently available:

  • Piggle, a phase distortion synth. (warm & organic, clean or distorted).
  • Hula, dual phaser. It can produce very interesting stereo-effects, but each channel has it’s own phaser.
  • Hulo, an LFO-controlled filter effect with two stereo-modes: one where both channels are sweeped by the same filter and another where each has its own.
  • Lawnmower, a very flexible drive-unit, from subtle breakup to more extreme fuzz-type sounds.
  • Spattle, a simple spacer-plugin. Sounds very nice on 60’s organ-sounds.
  • Drove, an overdrive designed specifically for drums.
  • Vrek, a weird experimental lofi/delay effect (ring-modulator that uses a delay of the incomming signal as carrier frequency, the repeats ring-modulate your sound, so it sounds like a delay that interferes with the signal).
  • Stereo Vrek, one Vrek for each channel.
  • Drom, a noise-box whichit turns your signal into a soundscape of weird textures.
  • MegaDrom, an extended stereo-version of the Drom. It turns your signal into a layer of noise, blips & splatter.

All these plug-ins are done in SynthEdit, and work on Windows PC only.

Visit the ShuttleBuG records for more information and links to download the Shuttleplugs.