by de la Mancha
4.3 / 5     (4 votes)
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truc use 2 xy pads to control 4 banks of effects.

Any 4 parameters. runs in manual or auto, random or LFO, all fully tempo-sync'd to your host .
  • 4 effect banks
     dirtifier – overdrive, bit crush, sample rate, variable state filter
     modulator – flanger, tempo sync LFO modulates auto-pan or ring mod
     delay – tempo sync delay with reverse, ping-pong and LP filter options
     granulator – tempo sync granulator, pitch shift and gate with random options
  • 2 independent xy pucks control; effect bank wet/dry level and/or relative volume or any 4 of 13 effect parameters
  • set the minimum levels of the pucks to change the sensitivity - lock bottom puck to the top puck to control both with one movement
  • either or both pucks can be independently set to ‘auto’, which moves the puck either randomly or by a configurable LFO, all in sync with host tempo
  • seeded randomisation with option to loop
  • switch unused effect banks off saves CPU
  • master volume and wet/dry levels
  • over 100 presets, from subtle to mental
  • all controls have MIDI CC’s assigned with MIDI learn option
foreskin Aug 02 2023
(5 / 5)
Aug 02 2023
Fantastic ui design
bindlestiff Mar 31 2020
(4 / 5)
Mar 31 2020
What does it do to your sound? uh... Does it make some things sound f*kn cool? Hell yeah! Is it easy to understand PLANNING sonic changes using this plug? uhh... Worth having / taking up the Mb in your rig?! If you aren't only about the PERFECT deep sampled philharmonic emulation and like to FSU with your mixes, then hit that dl button.
songy Oct 05 2019
Oct 05 2019
can someone please make a video to test how this works? I want to make some sounds but I want to know what it can do!
Simon Dec 23 2009
(4 / 5)
Dec 23 2009
Weird effects, cool sound. Hard to use.
worn808 May 07 2012
May 07 2012
I agree with Simon for the most part. It's definitely worth checking it out and see if it fits into the type of sounds you like to create.