by de la Mancha
4.7 / 5     (6 votes)
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therapy is an effect plugin that allows you to express your innermost feelings, neurotic ramblings or burning, muderous rage, and have the results presented in full stereo audio psychosis.

Instead of the usual knobs or sliders, therapy invites you to type words to generate the psycho-somatic algorhythms that will shape, bend your audio according to your own twisted mind. Express yourself through free association, random babbling or drug-induced, histrionic word-vomiting. Type it in, hear the results, scream at the moon.

Warning: therapy is not a replacement for professional psychological help. Neither am I, I’m as messed up as you are
  • 3 band granulizer effect with absolutely no ability to deliberately control any parameter.
  • Word driven controls, even I don’t know how it works, but it does.
  • Stares back at you without suggesting how to solve your problems, just like a real therapist.
  • What was your relationship with your mother like?
Sil Apr 18 2023
(4 / 5)
Apr 18 2023
I'm stupid and can't load the plugin in either maschine software or studio one 4 :( But it seems cool, I'll give it 4 stars for now because I resonated with the text file.
Feelstora Music Sep 08 2023
Sep 08 2023
If you use Jbridger you can convert it from a 32 bit to a 64 bit vst. I bet it's because your computer is not recognizing 32 bit vsts
absolutefunnyman Jan 15 2021
(4 / 5)
Jan 15 2021
time to laugh and sink my life crisis's into this cute little vst
Vlyrch May 27 2018
(5 / 5)
May 27 2018
Haha, this is brilliant! It's just what I need in my life right now, and will definitely be using it a lot.
Coer Apr 18 2018
(5 / 5)
Apr 18 2018
Wooah!! This plugin made my day. Great Work!!
Agyzerax Mar 15 2017
(5 / 5)
Mar 15 2017
Hands down my favourite plugin
Crispy Banana Feb 12 2017
(5 / 5)
Feb 12 2017
Woah, this is really great! Just what I needed... Really good for these who like unusual kinds of sounds (like me). Big thank you to de la Mancha for his plug-ins. Also, the mother question makes me think of when we had classes talking about Freud, hahah.