lunes, 14 de marzo de 2016

Tritik has just released Krush, an awesome freeware multi-effect (bitcrusher, clipper and multi-mode filter) in VST and AU plugin formats for PC and Mac based digital audio workstations.
What you get with Krush is a trio of distortion flavors (clipper, bitcrusher and a downsampler), paired up with a resonant multi-mode filter (high-pass and low-pass modes with a 20 Hz – 20 kHz frequency range), dry/wet signal level sliders for easy parallel processing and a great little modulation section which sets this multi-effect apart from the dozens of free bitcrushers out there.
All of this is packed in a fully resizable user interface (drag the handle in the bottom-left corner to adjust the size of the GUI to your liking) with an intuitive control layout and some handy bonus features such as the modulation amount display on the knobs (the modulated range of a parameter turns yellow). CTRL+drag increases the precision when adjusting a parameter and a double-click resets its value. You can also freeze any parameter so that loading a new preset doesn’t overwrite its current value.
The amount of distortion, bitcrushing and downsampling, as well as the filter’s cutoff frequency and resonance amount, can be modulated by an LFO with a choice of four different waveforms (sine wave, triangle, square and noise). The LFO can run freely (0.01 Hz to 10 kHz), or in sync with the host program.

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