Ronin's New User Interface
Audio Damage has announced an update to Ronin, a modular effect plugin.
Ronin has been updated with a new UI (above), an AudioUnits version and a reduced price (US $49.00).
AD's Chris Randall has this to say about the updated Ronin:
"This plug-in is a dose of Heavy Duty.
For starters, you can route the output of any block to the input of any block, including itself. You also have full unhindered access to the feedback loop of the delays. The delays can do unity feedback, and they also have the same looping engine as Dubstation. (This plug-in is, in fact, the source of that looping engine.) As such, there is virtually no limit to how this plug-in can be routed. We normally build in limits to our plug-ins nowadays that inform how they'll be used, but in Ronin there are nonesuch, except that we're (reasonably) certain you won't set your speakers on fire.
If you like looping, noise, feedback, or any combination thereof, filtered or not, this is your pony, right here."
Randall expects the updated Ronin to be available within the next week.
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