A brilliant free AU I found...

Started by SerFox, May 29, 2010, 08:00:19 PM

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SerFox

This thing is quite awesome. It has a lot of audio manipulation algorithms and such, I turned a piano loop into a digital sounding tribal beat with it, then morphed a glockenspiel recording into a crazy, digitallly demonic morphing soundscape.

Best thing is it's totally free from here, it's in beta, but it seems completely stable.

http://yfd.aframasda.com/

Here is a YouTube video of some of what it does, but it's best to just download it and mess with the sliders* to find out what you can do

*NOTE Be very careful. Some of the settings can actually fire this thing up way past what your DAW caps at, beyond 6dB, I really hurt my ears by carelessly flicking a slider up just a quarters way, in the Dynamics section. Small changes make big differences to the sound. Just a warning, you don't want to blow your speakers. (Or your eardrums!)

I found a whole bunch last night, but this is the one I had the most fun with!

rogerg

cool!  thanks!  and keep 'em coming!

SerFox

I'll get a bunch of links of the best I've found. But not today. Tired!

gav

Broadband! A whole 2.5MB of it!

Drarok


SerFox

Hey you Windows users get a bunch of VSTs I'd love to have at my disposal, so shush :lol:

gav

Broadband! A whole 2.5MB of it!

SerFox

Round 2:

So you wanna be a copycat and copy the glitch sounds from Black Light Machine?

Do it the lazy way. WINDOWS AND MAC OMG

http://www.muxer.nl/instant-sampler/

Drarok

Bwahaha, awesome! I need more synthy stuff in my tunes, I'll be having that!

El_Mayonnaise

Quote from: "SerFox"Round 2:

So you wanna be a copycat and copy the glitch sounds from Black Light Machine?

Do it the lazy way. WINDOWS AND MAC OMG

http://www.muxer.nl/instant-sampler/

Bringing this back from the dead. I'd love to know how to create that glitching sound effect but I'm not really willing to spend any money  :D

Got a trial version of Reaper so any ideas how I might get this to work? Do I use it as an effect on a track or as a standalone instrument?

Drarok