Igorski has recently released a new plugin titled Darvaza, a multi-channel gate that behaves a bit different from what you might expect.

Whenever the gate closes on your input signal, you get a perversion of your source spat back at you. It can however work as a time synchronized classic tremolo too.

The gate uses different waveforms and its individually tunable oscillators are synchronized to the host tempo and time signature. When the gate closes and you have tweaked it to return a signal during the closed state, you get a signal based on your input, but with a plethora of things having gone wrong with it.

Basically you get your incoming sound as if it was part of a bad dream.

Darvaza is available to download in VST/VST3 plugin formats for Windows and macOS. Linux users may build the plugin from source.

Make sure to check Igorski’s other free plugins as well, including the HomeCorrupter audio fidelity reduction effect, Regrader degenerative delay, and FogPad reverb.

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