Lethal Sound Designer

Nomad Factory's GARBAGE LSD audio transformer plug-in can mess-up any audio signal      09/12/16

Lethal Sound Designer


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Plugivery, now handling the full development of the audio plug-in line for Nomad Factory, has announced the release of their new product, GARBAGE LSD, described as a damaging audio transformer plug-in that can mess-up any politically correct audio signal. This is what they have to say about it...

GARBAGE LSD is a mind bending audio transformation plug-in with user adjustable signal chain and dual modulation matrix. It provides a series of lethal modules to manipulate, distort, destroy and transform your sounds with radioactive modulation, junk EQs, warping convolutions and scummy filtering to name a few.

Using the various components of GARBAGE LSD enables one to create wacky new sounds to spice up mixes or create "innovative" textures never thought possible.

This audio destructor Plug-in can also trash any innocent audio signal path converting it to a highly hallucinogenic sensory experience. Great for inspired Post-Production, DJs and Sound Designers alike. Parental guidance advised...

Features:

  • Filters (6 unique filter types)
  • Distortion (3 distortion modes with colour adjustment)
  • Lo-Fi (bit depth, sample rate and noise control)
  • Ring Modulation (standard and amplitude modulation circuits)
  • Convolution Reverb (Impulse Response loader)
  • EQ (spectral loss EQ, reminiscent of transistor radios)
  • Compression (Analog Studio Rack comp, simplified with fixed controls)
  • Modulation Matrix (two modulators; modulate all parameters with LFO, Envelope follower and side chain feed, and modulate each other parameters: mod 1 and mod 2)


Pricing and Availability:
Throughout December, GARBAGE LSD will be sold at the introductory price of $49 (MSRP $129).

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