Free Ambient Haze Plug-in

GB Puremagnetik's Innervelt processes audio through an unconventional order of effects      23/09/20

Puremagnetik has released Innervelt, which they tell us is a free plug-in to complement the album Noontide by Micah Frank - out now on Puremagnetik Tapes. This is what they have to say about it...

Innervelt is a "Dark Haze Machine" that captures incoming audio and processes it through an unconventional order of effects. A Chebyshev waveshaper distorts the signal as it passes through an algorithmic space. The space effect itself is modulated by a variable sample and hold circuit, causing subtle to dramatic swells and pulses in the dry to wet ratio. The entire chain is then sampled by a short looper that can be truncated and blended with the original signal, on-the-fly. With the MEMORY control you can easily create variations, stutter effects and new phrases of ambient washes.

Minimum Requirements

• OSX 10.8 or Windows 10 x64
• Audio Units or VST compatible audio host

Pricing and Availability:
Innervelt is free and comes with Micah Frank's Noontide  - also free (name your price) until October 15th on Bandcamp.

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