Plogue has announced the release of version 2.0 of chipcrusher, a multi effect plugin that brings you the sound of vintage sound encodings, 80s computer speakers, and the SPC Delay from a the Super Nintendo 16-bit console.
The update includes new DAC encodings, the SPC Delay, a redesigned interface and NKS FX support.
There are four main components in chipcrusher: DAC Encoding, SPC Delay, Background Noise and Cabinet.
The audio inputs first go to the DAC Encoding. Then gets processed by the SPC Delay, mixed with the Background Noise to finally get sent to the Cabinet stage. Of course, each component can be bypassed on demand without muting the audio.
Changes in chipcrusher v2.0
- New DAC Encodings:
- HAAR TRANSFORM.
- SPC Delay effect from forthcoming ‘chipsynth SFC’.
- UI Redesign from www.kikencorp.com.
- NKS FX Support.
Chipcrusher (VST/AU/AAX) is available for $39 USD ex. VAT where applicable. The update is free to chipcrusher v1 users.
More information: Plogue