Fuse Audio Labs has announced availability of the Dozer Drive audio plugin, powering a flexible fusion of the legendary circular fuzz from 1966 and the little green overdrive monster from 1979.
“Whether you want to sound like Jimi or Stevie Ray, or prefer to find your own perfect tone, DOZER DRIVE will become your best friend,” says Fuse Audio Labs CEO Reimund Dratwa. “It’s super versatile, yet only takes a few seconds to dial in amazing drive sounds for your guitar — or other instruments, if you dare! Dive into classic tones, tweak them to your heart’s content, and make them your own.”
The Fuzz channel provides an NPN vs. PNP switch that lets you choose between the typical clipping characteristics of silicone and germanium transistors, as well as a switchable Doom Mod for conjuring up ultimate grind. The Screamer channel’s Fat Mod switch shifts the mid-focused tone towards a much stronger bottom end. The plugin offers flexible channel routing, allowing you to order the signal flow of the Screamer and Fuzz, or run them both in parallel.
Created in collaboration with Honest Amp Sim Reviews, Dozer Drive is priced $19 USD. A 14-day trial version is available to download in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats.
More information: Fuse Audio Labs