Mr. Alias 2
by Insert Piz Here
4.5 / 5     (6 votes)
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Mr. Alias 2 uses non-bandlimited oscillators which can be transposed near to and beyond the Nyquist frequency, causing most of their spectra to be aliased back into audible non-harmonic frequencies.

The sound can then be further processed by a number of crude "effects." Though it is based on the same concept as the original, Mr. Alias 2 is completely rewritten for cross-platform compatibility, and has a number of significant improvements.
  • 2 oscillators
  • 18 waveforms
  • Full stereo processing
  • 6 filter types including a formant filter
  • Filter envelope
  • External audio processing
  • Patch randomizer button
  • Highly configurable MIDI control with MIDI learn
  • MIDI-controllable patch morphing
  • Drag & drop preset and MIDI map loading
  • Resizable GUI
Ember Jun 04 2020
(3 / 5)
Jun 04 2020
The wildest VSTi I have ever come across. One of few instruments where you can play a C major scale and it will return something that sounds near-random in terms of pitch and timbre. It's amazing for percussionists and glitch artists looking for something new to add to their compositions. For best results, hook up a midi drumkit to this thing. I can't give it 5/5 because I find - unlike every other VST I've tried - MrAlias2 will crash FL Studio 20 in 64bit and 32bit mode like crazy if I poke the parameters the wrong way. I mostly stick to presets, random settings, or make multiple saves as I make adjustments and only try to doodle up rhythmic with it later. Very powerful, very unstable, but the most fun I've ever had with a VSTi.
Rollivers Nov 24 2018
(5 / 5)
Nov 24 2018
Very good for psychedelic tracks!
Georgi Oct 05 2013
(4 / 5)
Oct 05 2013
I tried it , but it doesn't work in MAC Leopard ... however the new version Pro 2.4 works great ...
plasma1 Dec 22 2012
(5 / 5)
Dec 22 2012
Great for random psychedelic fx tones and fills :D
Phoenix Jul 02 2011
Jul 02 2011
Excellent for industrial dub and illbient tracks, adds a lot of marauding but subtle presence.
Human Iam Nov 01 2010
(5 / 5)
Nov 01 2010
As "crude" as this may be (and in ways it is!) I found it very useful for subtle background noises mainly for lofi IDM. Great for looping as well for that needed texture.