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