OTO Biscuit 8-bit Effects In Software

Softube Launches plug-in version of the lo-fi hardware unit      22/06/18

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The OTO Biscuit 8-bit effects processor is now available as a Softube plug-in. A spokesperson told us, "Gritty bit-crushing, lo-fi multi-effects, a sweet and smooth analog filter; it’s a veritable buffet of delicious sounds."

Here's the details direct from Softube...

Initially introduced in hardware in the late 00’s, the French-made OTO Biscuit quickly became a cult classic with DJs and electronic music producers around the world. Gritty bit-crushing, lo-fi multi-effects, a sweet and smooth analog filter, and a quality look and feel, made it a go-to awesome-sound-maker in clubs and studios
alike.

The Biscuit offers incredibly detailed control, with eight individually invertable or mutable bits, control of sample rate, waveshaping, delay, even pitch-shifting, and analog filtering (controllable manually or with a built-in step sequencer) to round off sharp edges and make even the harshest digital screech sound alive and organic.

Try it on a drum loop for gentle lo-fi digital distortion, or complete screaming chaos, and everything in-between. Take synth sounds to the next level, creating arcade game blips and bloops, adding insane aliasing and overtones, making pads move and swell with the filter. Even apply to vocals or guitars to turn analog sounds into electronic, robotic, futuristic fantasies.

Softube has modeled both the digital and analog parts of the Biscuit, with unrelenting detail, and the plug-in features a low-latency mode that makes live use possible – a particularly popular way to play with the Biscuit is to mangle drums or drops in a DJ set, or create seemingly studio-bound sounds live on stage.

Pricing and Availability:
Introductory pricing $199 until July 19th 2018 (Regular price: $249 )

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