AudioThing releases vintage tube overdrive effect plugin


AudioThing has announced its new audio effect plugin Valves, a vintage valve emulation with multimode resonant filter and cabinet/EQ section.

AudioThing Valves

Valves updates and merges the previously available Valve Filter and Valve Exciter into a new plugin.

The valve section is modelled after classic vintage tubes, with added grit and custom gain control. The filter section is modelled after a classic ladder filter (2-pole or 4-pole) with low pass, high pass, bandpass and notch modes. The cabinet/EQ section features a selection of modelled cabinets with classic bass and treble EQ controls.

With up to 16x oversampling, Valves can be used to add that authentic tube character to your tracks. Using the built-in Cabinet/EQ section you can emulate several types of guitar amplifiers and further shape the overdrive sound. The state variable filter features LowPass, HighPass, BandPass, and Notch modes. It can be used pre or post valve.

Valves features

  • Tube Overdrive.
  • 8 cabinets with Bass and Treble EQ.
  • State Variable Filter: LP, HP, BP, and Notch (2 or 4-pole).
  • 16x Oversample.
  • 35 Presets.
  • Resizable Window.
  • Preset system with randomizer.

Valves is available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats at an introductory 50% discount. It is on sale for only 29 EUR from Plugin Boutique until August 1st, 2019.

Valves is free for previous Valve Filter/Valve Exciter owners.

More information: AudioThing

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And the question #1 is: does it alias?