Lo-Fi Keys is a processed piano rompler inspired by today’s modern Lo-Fi music.
This small VST / AU plugin gives you the ability to lay out soft & dusty piano chord progressions and melodies.
Lo-Fi Keys comes with 10 sampled piano instruments. To create each preset we first started by sampling actual pianos. These pianos include a classic grand piano, upright piano, and electric keyboard. After recording the instruments we lightly edited and processed each sample. The processing technique included applying vinyl and tape textures to emulate a vintage sound. Finally, each sample showcases the characteristics found in today’s most popular lo-fi piano beats.
A replicant is a mirrored, artificial human, or fictitious, bioengineered android. But how much of a human being is actually in it, and where are the differences? Questions upon questions 🙂
Ein Replikant ist ein gespiegelter, künstlicher Mensch, oder fiktiver, biotechnisch entwickelter Android. Aber wie viel Menschliches steckt tatsächlich in ihm, und wo liegen die Unterschiede? Fragen über Fragen 🙂
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.
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!
• 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.
From vintage to vavoom, the British Kolorizer, or the “BK” for short, takes sound to a whole new level. The opulent sound of tomorrow, comes to you today. The BK delivers the sharp ultra-modern advantage of AI.
AI makes it possible to interpret between the various forms of sound and science to analyze the system and perfect your music creation. The BK is endowed with the characteristics of human intellectual processes that can discover threads and learn, making repetition a thing of the past. The feeling is cozy and intimate, just like that of an exquisite sunset.
● Make your sound FAT or BRIGHT by just two knobs.
● 10 presets, get your sound right by one click
● 96 kHz internal computing sampling rate
● Imperceivable latency with no compromise in quality
● Big knobs and elegant user interface, very easy to control
● An output gain slider that lets you rattenuate the output sound to the desired level
● Memory: 2 GB RAM or higher
● Display resolution: 1280 × 960px or higher
● OS X 10.9 and above, 64-bit only
● Intel CPU only (minimum 2 GHz recommended)
● Plug-in formats: VST3, AU
● DAWs supported: Cubase, Nuendo, Reaper, Studio One, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, FL Studio, and more.
● Windows 10, 64-bit only
● Plug-in formats: VST3
● DAWs supported: Cubase, Nuendo, Reaper, Studio One, Ableton Live, FL Studio, and more.
The Crunck V2 Guitar Amplifier is one channel plugin designed for a wide range of music genre. It’s a version 2 of the first plugin designed by Igor Nembrini in the beginning of his career in DSP development more than ten years ago.
Just move the Gain knob from 0 to 10, and as you do you’ll find a variety of Crunck V2 Guitar Amplifier tones, from metal to fusion, rock to blues.
In the Crunck V2 Guitar Amplifier plugin you can choose to use the build in cabinet a 4×12 loaded with Vintage 30 speakers or bypass the cabinet section.
The Poly 2106 initially started off as a recreation of a true object of desire from the
fashionable 80´s that was once part of our studio, but that was just the initial kick that propelled a seemingly more enthusiastic project which culminated into a knob infested creation with a solid vintage backbone, so for a long time we didn’t spare ourselves in the effort of breathing life into a machine which is a breed of everything we would like to see in a true performance synthesizer, something close to the vision of our personal nirvana that now we are ready to share to everyone, our only hope is that you too find it as much as rewarding as we did…
A completely new patch for Wremena. It’s similar to the Random Octaves patch from the main library, but here when you press one note it plays the same note in different ways, speed and dynamics. Also its X patch has a different from the Random Octave patch sound design. The tape based process, modular synth and Hologram Electronics pedals were applied to the X patch.
Wremena is a recreation of the beautifully sounding handmade PRS guitar. By means of the vintage and modern analog gears it was transformed into the unique and sufficiently warm instrument, that still has the familiar cozy sound.
Boing Boing makes my old tube amp when I move it or when I wildly unplug my jack! Well now, you just have to move your favorite DAW to hear the evil melody of the wiggling spring. It’s vintage and It’s very warm. All the sounds come from impulse responses grappled on the web. They’ve been cleaned up and I’ve been working on a convolution reverb algorithm optimized with small onions (french expression to said fine tuning). Thanks to: Standford DUBBHISM Fokke van Saane Millertone …
38 spring reverbs impulse responses selected and cleaned
3 levels of complexity (low and mid limit the audio bandwidth)
Compatible 44100Hz, 48000Hz, 88200Hz, 96000Hz, 176400Hz and 192000Hz. Plugins tested under Logic and Reaper
An optimized convolution engine that can go up to 4 seconds
A tone to adjust the brightness of the reverb
A tunable impulse response size (which also plays on the complexity) and a dry / wet mix to be able to go to extreme settings
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