Aberrant DSP, for example, is still relatively new on the market and has made a name for itself. This through creative ideas, very concise eye-catching plugin interface designs, and very affordable prices. SketchCassette II and ShapeShifter are good examples. But also their new plugin release Digitalis which is a multi-effects plugin for musical sonic destruction.
Lotus is an analog delay & pitch shifter built around emulating a series of four BBD (Big Bucket Delay) Chips. The combination of four BBD chips and shifting the delay time of each often results in glitchy and melodic effects like nothing you've ever heard before.
For all FL Studio users, this plugin is an excellent addition to your arsenal of creative tools. It features a wide range of creative presets to get you going right away. And other than displaying a large selection of gating, scratching, glitching, and repeating effects, it can also be utilized as a side-chain tool. This eliminates the need to link your audio to an external source, and it already has a few duckin-style presets to instantly make your track pump! While it may not have as many effects as other plugins, Gross Beat is effective and useful for any live setting needs. System Requirements: it can only run on FL Studio and Windows.
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