Siren-Like Drone Synth

The Lower Rhythm release Noizdumpster for Windows      27/10/10

Siren-Like Drone Synth


TLR tell us that Noizdumpster is adept at creating glitchy, pulsating and looping, siren-like drones. It functions via two operators, each with a chain of three oscillators and two delay units that affect the way the MIDI pitch signal is modulated.
In addition, each of the two operators have six toggle switches that connect different parts of the operator together in order to produce relatively unexpected results. TLR top it all off with a global low pass filter and a completely variable bit crusher.
Feature List:
  • Six oscillators
  • Four delay units
  • Variable (non-stepped) bit crusher
  • Global lowpass filter
  • Internal rerouting toggles
Pricing and Availability:
$12.99 More information:

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