Kilohearts has launched a sale on two of its Snapin effect plugins.
When nostaliga hits, Bitcrush can bring you back to the digital hardware of times past.
It simulates the audio being played back using a low quality sampler with limited sample rate and bit depth. Mm, crunchy.
The Bitcrush can be used to create distorting effects that sound like that of scraping analog radio, or inherently lo-fi sound sources, like old video games.
The Comb Filter hollows out the sound by carving out frequencies at each multiple of the base frequency, like the teeth of a comb.
The Comb Filter will mix the signal with a delayed version of itself, creating a filter with repeated troughs and peaks across the spectrum.
It’s also possible to process left and right differently in a way that not only gives a wide stereo effect, but also collapses right back to the original signal when mixed to mono. Nifty!
Both plugins are available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX/Snapin), on sale for only 9 USD/EUR until September 23rd, 2018.
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