Surge XT Neuron
The Surge XT Neuron
A mild distortion that brightens up a signal.
Blamsoft XFX F-35
chowdsp ChowTape Chew
Emulation of magnetic tape that has been chewed up by a tape machine
3 band equalizer
NYSTHI CONVOLVZILLA reverb
Real time impulse convolver, convolution reverb
NYSTHI StereoChorus Chorus
Stereo Chorus with added nysthi movements modulators
Autodafe Bit Crusher
A BitCrusher/Reducer distortion effect
Distortion effect by changing the sample's bit length and sample rate
Studio Six Plus One Massarti
Filter/Oscillator combination based on Rossler Attractor
Erica Synths Fusion Delay
Erica Synths BBD delay
Sapphire Tube Unit
Tubular waveguide synth.
Analog delay based on magnetic disk, Binson Echorec imitation
Recursively process an input via Send/Return, with built in scaling and offset cababilities
Stereo VCA-Panoramic, with modulation of the panoramic control
NYSTHI StereoPhaser2 phaser
12-24 cells 1st-2nd order phaser
Analog delay based on magnetic disk
RXG100ChanB distortion emulator
Vult Nopskate (Free)
Surge XT Chorus
The Surge XT Chorus
Stereo compressor, hard limiter
Dual Pitch shifter using tape emulation
8 bit audio generator
chowdsp ChowTape Degrade
Emulation of magnetic tape that has been degraded by time and use
Venom Recurse Stereo
Recursively process mono or stereo input via Send/Return, with built in scaling and offset cababilities
SV Modular X
Surge XT Chow
The Surge XT Chow
Single resonant mode
Sha#Bang! Modules QubitCrusher
Bit crusher and downsampler with randomization
Frequency Domain Morphology
Surge XT FrequencyShifter
The Surge XT FrequencyShifter
Blamsoft XFX Overdrive
Surge XT Tuned Delay +
An expanded version of the Tuned Delay, perfect for many physical modelling and flanging style patches
NYSTHI Ambuance Reverb
Reverb based on the Juhana Sadeharju GigaVerb
AS SuperDrive Fx
Overdrive FX with CV input for each parameter and bypass switch
RXG100ChanA distortion emulator
A modulation phaser
chowdsp Werner Filter
SVF based on a generalized Moog-Octave CAT architecture
Lush and bendable plate reverb based on the Dattorro 1997 algorithm.
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