miércoles, 17 de marzo de 2021

T-Force Delay

 T-Force Delay is a dual mode delay effect device. It can be used to add an echo effect to your sound. Its feedback signal can be modulated with filters and a degrader, to emulate the old vinage style analog tape echo effects. It can produce simple stereo delays, but also can be switched to ping pong mode for that typical left/right pingpong echo effect. it  also has a flanger to create some crazy flanger effects on the feedback signal.


miércoles, 3 de marzo de 2021

Burier Saturation

 Burier is a saturation/filter combo.

Burier has a large central “BURY” knob controlling the amount of saturation applied. Below that is a mix dial to blend the wet/dry signal, an output dial, and a link switch that links the output gain to the BURY level. When linked, the output dial will adjust automatically to compensate for any level adjustments you make. The filter section features IIR (Infinite Impulse Responses) low cut and high cut filters.


Inphonik PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit

PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit is a free bitcrusher effect. It is based on Inphonik’s previously released RYM2612 Iconic FM Synthesizer plugin, which emulates the Sega Genesis sound chip.

The PCM2612 is based on the PCM playback feature of Inphonik’s RYM2612 Iconic FM Synthesiser. The RYM2612 is an emulation of Yamaha’s YM2612 sound chip famously used in the Sega Genesis.

The PCM2612 has a large central knob that controls the amount of 8-bit decimation applied to the source. Below is a mono switch, a dry/wet mix knob, and an output filtering switch. The output filtering switch lets you choose between the Crystal Clear digital output and the Legacy line output of the Sega Genesis Model 1 output circuit.


Low Wave Studios Track24

Track24 focuses on tape saturation without the more mechanical artifacts like wow/flutter.

Technically, that should mean you get the warmth without any of the other noise. Track24 has a tone section offering four different filter presets inspired by two different tape machines.

Type I is a preset created from a Swiss-made tape machine running at 30ips. The second preset, Type II is based on a Japanese tape machine running at 30ips. The same Japanese machine was used to create Type III, this time running at 15ips. There is a Neutral preset, which is a completely flat response.

Texture slider:  When you apply saturation, you are adding harmonics that warm or thicken the original tone. There are even and odd harmonics, and some analog gear will add more evens than odd or vice versa. In simple terms, even harmonics can feel like adding warmth, support, and stability, much like playing octaves on a keyboard. Odd harmonics can be a bit brighter and grittier. Being able to control that texture with a simple slider is a nice touch.

You also get a pair of high and low-pass filters that are pre-saturation, which means they are shaping the incoming signal. There is a 4X oversample button to help avoid aliasing, although it may introduce slight latency issues. Lastly, there is a dry/wet mix control to blend the clean and saturated signals.