by Mod Sound
3.7 / 5     (3 votes)
Win64 OSX
More is a one-knob distortion plugin with too many knobs.

More is a collection of wave digital filter-modeled distortion circuits, taken from the world of guitar, but modified for general use. Various tube amplifier gain stages are included, as well as a transistor fuzz pedal and a diode distortion circuit.

Just turn the big knob to get more.
  • 5 distortion circuit modes.
  • Automatically gain-compensated distortion knob.
  • Adjustable lowpass and highpass filtering before and after distortion processing.
  • Dry/wet and level controls to keep things reasonable.
  • Electrifying audio visualizer.
JT3 Production Sep 17 2021
(5 / 5)
Sep 17 2021
I Give this plugin a 5 out of 5. Okay Now the way this plugin works. you must have an already decent mix. But it's missing that Industry Hollywood Professional Sound that you hear in every single song on the Radio well look no further More can very well be that magic plugin is does what an EQ might not can handle. Trying to reaching this acquired fuzz or crunchiness combined with saturation & air... grabbing an EQ will only make your mix sound too thin and harsh. Thank You for all of the Developers and Programmers Coders for making this plugin so I can now officially have that Magic plugin after my Mixed track is completed. JT3 Production
Faydit Jul 23 2021
(2 / 5)
Jul 23 2021
Promises more that it can keep. The names of the different voicings rather seem to be fantasy names, without any connection to reality. In reality I'd prefer the tube clipping circuits, and would not even use the transistor fuzz circuit. Here the tube circuits sound disappointing, I cannot hear any tube typical character. A typical diode clipping has a very hard knee, which I here also did not notice, while the transistor fuzz circuit here seems to produce the most naturally sounding results, but no typical transistor fuzz, which is the complete opposite of the behavior of real transistors. All 5 voicings sound in the same way too synthetic, digital, inharmonious, harsh and inorganic to me. Could have been a good idea, but unfortunately the realization is a fail. At least for me.
User61 Jul 22 2021
(4 / 5)
Jul 22 2021
Sound good when mixed parallel. Some spikes while clicking on the presets. A bug that hopefully gets fixed.