Codec Plugin Update 1.1: Delay Compensation & Mixer

Codec has been updated to version 1.1 After a few weeks with Codec out we’ve had an excellent month, Codec was downloaded more than anything else we’ve released… combined!  One technical downfall that Codec had at release was it’s lack of proper delay compensation, but no more! Proper delay compensation has been worked out, and …

Transfer Plugin Update 1.2: The Reflections Update

After a few months with Transfer out, we’ve gotten a lot of feedback, and a number of good ideas on how to improve it. Meet Transfer 1.2: Reflections: Enable the new reflections processor with the “Reflections” toggle button, and switch to it’s control panel with the “Room” icon. Switch between simulating early reflections, late …

New Release: Recurse, a Recursive Audio Processor

Created from a desire to make “Recursive Music”, Recurse was initially designed to mimic tools used by artists such as William Basinski, where audio is sent through effect chains over and over again, slowly altering the sound over time from the imperfections in the recording medium. Recurse simulates these imperfections internally, and provides extra effects for you to plug into the audio loop.

If you want to make a new kind of dub machine, Recurse can do it. If you want to distort & age your audio with Recurse’s Degrade module and forget about looping, Recurse can do that too.

Introduction, Free VST Plugin, Beta Testing, Roadmap

Everything is almost set up at this point so I think that now is the time for an introduction. I’ve been working on quite a few audio plugins and I am really excited to show them to everyone when they’re perfect and ready (release dates will likely be over the course of the next few months). In the meantime, here is a taste of what’s to come; Lese’s first plugin, available for free.