Buffeater vs Bassnectar

A Demonstration Of Its Sound Mangling Capabilities      15/09/10

This video offers a quick demonstration of the sound mangling capabilities of Buffeater, as it obliterates Bassnectar's Boombox

Buffeater is a real-time, dynamically ordered, granular multi-effect for all versions of Reaktor 5. The effect works by capturing live audio and storing it in a temporary buffer, which allows for real-time processing of the incoming audio using granular synthesis and other methods.

Features:

  • 6 realtime granular and buffer effects
  • Playable via MIDI
  • Advanced internal automation system
  • Independent automation speed and length per knob
  • Effect signal flow is dynamically re-ordered as you play
  • 288 FX Presets and 60 Snapshots (Combos)
  • Kore and Maschine Templates
  • Time-stretching sample playback system
  • 346mb Sample Library
  • Sounds by: c2, Richard Devine, EVAC, Glitchmachines, Josh Hinden, Mike Huckaby, Haptic,  Komposit, Rena Jones and Tembu (Bay Dawgz) 
  • Extensive Documentation and Tutorial Video
  • Free Version Updates

Pricing and Availability

Buffeater is available now for $49. 

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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
distortion    Said...

While it is nice and intriguing, this is the thing that makes modern music such a horrible experience.

It's nice that we have all these neat effects, but when they are overused and in every song, it just becomes too much.

I hope some upcoming producers read this and stop for a minute to think how much spices they are adding to their soups.

15-Sep-10 04:30 AM


Radiophobic    Said...

DSP used to be a lot more fun to listen to when their weren't hundreds of options available to autochop and rearrange your music for you.

15-Sep-10 04:49 AM


felipe    Said...

its obviously overdone intentionally...crazy sounds!

15-Sep-10 03:49 PM


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