Inphonik PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit v1.0.1 x64 VST AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)

The sound of the machine
Meet the PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit, a bitcrusher effect plug-in with a distinctive legacy. Based on the work we made on the RYM2612 Iconic FM Synthesizer, our tribute emulation of the Sega Genesis sound chip, the 8-bit decimation is inherited from the FM synth’s PCM playback feature, packed in a simple and compact effect unit. Bonus: it’s free!

Two form factors in one
You can choose from box to rack graphic user interfaces.
The box GUI is suited for vertical displays while the rack GUI is logically at ease with widescreens.
Inphonik PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit v1.0.1 x64 VST AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] screenshot
Digital is the new vintage
Modern music styles that are composed in a digital environment evolve in a paradox: powered by highly capable and transparent digital converters, they rely on effect simulations to add imperfections and get a vintage soul. Either in an analog or digital fashion, the induced sonic flaws give charm and character to a sound signal that’s otherwise too perfect or too cold.

Is digital decimation of the ’90s the new vintage? We think it is!

Key features:
• Free!
• 32-steps scalable 8-bit decimation
• Dry / Wet level knob
• Stereo / Mono switch
• Switchable output filtering between Legacy (modeled after the Sega Genesis Model 1 amp output circuitry) and Crystal Clear (purely digital)
• Graphical interface scaling options (1x, 1.5x, 2x)
• Switchable graphical form factor (vertical box or horizontal rack)
• Low CPU usage
• Our first native Linux and Apple Silicon plug-in

Welcome to the retro future
You may remember (if you’re as old as we are) how hearing an audio sample in a videogame during the 90’s was simply out of this world. It was nothing less than an exciting avant-goût of the future, and the overly-presence of the 8-bit resolution and aliasing due to modest sample rates couldn’t mask the amazement. Even more, it was associated with the delight of accessing new voices and sounds on our favorite games. The PCM2612 brings back these memories when applied to voices or drums parts.

https://www.inphonik.com/products/pcm2612-retro-decimator-unit/

PCM2612.v.1.0.1

igorski HomeCorrupter free Bitcrusher plugin VST/VST3 0 (0)

VST effects plugin

HomeCorrupter provides an effect that harks back to a period in which computers weren’t actually that good at handling audio.

The plugin can degrade the resolution of any incoming audio signal by reducing the sampling rate and bit depth. Further lo-fi quality is achieved by reducing the “computers clock speed” which slows down the playback of the input, all on the fly.

All properties can either be automated using the built-in oscillators or can be controlled directly from your DAW.

Think industrial or dark sound design to find a purpose for the plugin.

 

On playback rate / recording

HomeCorrupter provides up to 30 seconds of recording which gives you plenty of time to slow down the playback to its maximum (e.g. half speed).

Note that once you return the playback rate to the original speed the playback will jump to match the input stream (think of it as aligning the read / write heads on a tape recorder).

This should allow you to create live “record scratches” or “tape machine shutdown” effects while being able to return to the original sound with perfect timing.

 

Controls

HomeCorrupter is pretty straightforward as you can control sample rate, bit depth and playback rate using their dedicated sliders. Each of these can also be controlled by an LFO. The LFO’s become active once their speed is set above 0 Hz.

You can set the speed between 0 – 10 Hz and control the depth of the sweep for a stronger effect.

Additional to the above you can set the wet/dry mix of the effect using the balance controls

The archive contains VST2 and VST3 plugins for both macOS (10.10/Yosemite and higher) and Windows 10.

  • Installation instructions are provided inside the archive’s README file.
  • Linux packages are currently not provided, though you can build from source.

https://www.igorski.nl/download/homecorrupter

homecorrupter.1.0.3

Inphonik free bitcrusher effect PCM2612 plugin for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, and iOS 0 (0)

 

Inphonik has announced the release of a free bitcrusher effect plugin for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, and iOS.

Meet the PCM2612 Retro Decimator Unit, a bitcrusher effect plug-in with a distinctive legacy. Based on the work we made on the RYM2612 Iconic FM Synthesizer, our tribute emulation of the Sega Genesis sound chip, the 8-bit decimation is inherited from the FM synth’s PCM playback feature, packed in a simple and compact effect unit. Bonus: it’s free!

The effect is available in 64-bit VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats, as a Rack Extension for Reason 10.1 and higher, and as an AUv3/IAA app for iOS.

https://www.inphonik.com/products/pcm2612-retro-decimator-unit/

PCM2612 1.0.0 Setup

PCM2612 1.0.0 Installer

PCM2612_1.0.0_Linux.tar

Oldigy by Syntler 0 (0)

32 bit VST2; 64 bit VST2, VST3, AU plugin

Oldigy is a plug-in that emulates the sound of low-resolution digital systems. With Oldygy you can emulate the sound of old samplers, game consoles, phones, or simply add digital distortion to your sound. Oldigy replaced Oldigy-T (track) in the Syntler product line. Now the plugin works in stereo mode. And also you can choose not only the bit depth but also the sampling rate. The plugin does not require instructions, if you know at least a little bit about digital sound.

Controls:

  • SAMPLING RATE button – selecting the sampling rate. Depends on the current sampling rate of your DAW. From 3675 to 22050 for 44/88K and from 4000 to 24000 for 48/96K. Press the button repeatedly until the desired sampling rate is set.
  • BIT DEPTH button – selects the bit depth from 4 to 12.
  • NONLINE PCM button – you can use non-uniform pulse code modulation. This means that the compounder is included in the signal processing circuit. The input signal is compressed and the output signal is expanded. This increases the accuracy of the digitization at low signal levels and decreases the accuracy at high signal levels. This has a good effect on the signal-to-noise ratio. With Oldigy you can choose how much nonlinear modulation will affect the input signal. From 0 to 100 percent in increments of 25. In real devices there is no such possibility. This adjustment allows you to add the desired level of “digital dirt” more accurately.
  • FILTER button – Adjusts the depth of the adaptive filter. The filter softens digital artifacts depending on the level of the input signal.
  • ON – BYPASS button.

Oldigy is а free plugin. Use it in your projects and get good old warm digital sound). Enjoy!

Install

Unzip. Put unzipped folder “OLDIGY” (and oldigy.dll for VST2 32 bit) in the appropriate directory:

Usually it’s:
64-bit VST3: C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3
64-bit VST2: C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins

32-bit VST2: C:\Program Files (x86)\VSTPlugins (may be different)

Audio Unit: Documents\SynthEdit Projects\Mac Export

If the host does not see the plugin, check the path to the plugin directory for your DAW.

http://www.syntler.com/oldigy.html

OLDIGY-AU-64BIT

OLDIGY-VST2-32BIT

OLDIGY-VST2-64BIT

OLDIGY-VST3-64BIT