Unfiltered Audio Dent - Distortion Plug-In (Download)

Unfiltered Audio Dent - Distortion Plug-In (Download)

Unfiltered Audio Dent - Distortion Plug-In (Download)

Unfiltered Audio Dent - Distortion Plug-In (Download)

Unfiltered Audio Dent - Distortion Plug-In (Download)

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  • Digital Destruction
  • Bit-Crushers
  • Sample Rate Reducers
  • Signal Clippers
  • Waveshapers
  • LFOs
  • Low-Pass Filter
  • AAX Native, Audio Units, VST2, VST3
  • Mac, Windows
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Dent from Unfiltered Audio is a distortion plug-in focusing on "digital destruction" rather than on "sweet-sounding" tube and tape emulation. The plug-in mutilates sounds at the wave-cycle level for a twisted makeover. Six bit-crushers, a sampling-rate reducer, and signal clippers are just some of the distortion tools available. Slash the amplitude of just the negative phase of a clean electric guitar's signal, use the Shape control to square the signal tops, and ramp up the harmonic content with wavefold. A probability control emulates failing guitar-amp tubes, and an internal sequencer can create rhythmic distortion.

Other processors provide the ability to invert the negative phase of a comping piano on most but not all of the signal's wave cycles, or lower the built-in low-pass filter's cutoff and boost resonance to make the keys sound like a distant explosion. Six freely assignable modulators can be patched to most of the plug-in's controls. Use LFOs to produce conventional stereo wah, or to transform heavy-distortion processing into auto-panned DJ-scratching effects. Modulate DC offset with an input follower to make a snare drum track with hi-hat bleed sound like heavy machinery pounding away on an industrial assembly line.

Presets featuring settings from The Crystal Method, Mirrorball Entertainment, Julius Dobos, and Toby Pitman of Air Studios
Six bit-crushing algorithms (including a circuit-bent toy simulation)
Four clippers - Hard Clip (digital), Soft Clip (analog emulation), harmonically complex Wavefold, or Overfold
Continuously variable bias and split controls progressively add DC signal to one or both phases of the input signal
Two waveshapers independently adjust the amplitude of (and optionally invert) positive and negative phase components of the signal
Sound-warping shape control progressively squares off or pinches waveform peaks
Probabilistic and Sequential Waveset (internal step-sequencer) processing creates dynamic rhythmic patterns for the distorted signal with a simple twist of two knobs
Modulation system provides six freely assignable modulators (sine LFO, sawtooth/triangle LFO, square-wave LFO, input follower, sample-and-hold noise, and macro control knob) with drag-and-drop virtual patching to most of Dent's controls
Adjustable, analog-style low-pass filter, with separate resonance control, can be placed pre- or post-distortion
Continuously variable SR control progressively degrades the sampling rate of processed signal by directly manipulating the software's internal DSP
Mix control provides parallel processing
Zoomed-in waveform display shows the shape of wave cycles after processing to aid in editing decisions
Crunchy analog-style tones like guitar pedal effects, or digital demolition-like bit-crushing and sample rate reduction
Add attitude to vocals with input gain, square up bass tracks with the Shaper, obliterate samples with the bits and sample rate reducers, and run it all through a low-pass filter
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General Requirements 2 GB RAM
1440 × 900, 1280 × 960, or higher display resolution
Mac System Requirements Intel CPU only (minimum 2 GHz recommended)
OS X 10.6 through 10.11
Windows System Requirements Intel-compatible CPU with SSE2 instruction set (Pentium 4 compatible or higher, minimum 2 GHz recommended)
Windows 7 through 10
Plug-In Formats AAX Native, Audio Units (Mac only), VST2, VST3
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