Yum Audio Releases LoFi - Drifter

US Plug-in offers controlled volume modulations in three distinct modes      05/03/24

Yum Audio describes LoFi - Drifter as their new plugin for authentic LoFi sound. A spokesperson told us, "Capture the essence of vintage audio with controlled volume modulations and three distinct modes - perfect for adding character and texture to your tracks."

Here's more details from the company...

LoFi - Drifter is a specialized audio plugin crafted to replicate the unique charm of lo-fi music through controlled volume modulations. This plugin captures the essence of vintage sound mediums like cassettes by providing random volume movements that are essential to the lo-fi aesthetic.

Drifter is versatile, ideal for adding texture and color to any track, whether you're aiming for subtle atmospheric nuances or prominent, warped LoFi effects. Drifter's three distinct modes offer unique patterns of volume dynamics to craft a distinctive sonic character with a vintage touch. This plugin is your gateway to creating soundscapes that resonate with the warmth and texture of bygone technology, adding depth and history to your audio.

Key Features

  • Authentic Lo-Fi Feel with Analog-Modeled Volume Modulations.
  • Three Distinct Movement Generators: Ripple, Drift, Dropout
  • Ripple Creates Rapid, Rhythmic Movements, Emulating Cassette and Vinyl.
  • Drift Delivers Fluid, Dreamy Volume Oscillations Over Time.
  • Dropout Introduces Random, Vintage Tape Volume Reductions.
  • Four Unique Modes Tailored for Each Movement Generator.
  • Advanced Stereo Algorithm: Expansive Movement in Drift and Ripple.
  • Analog-Modeled Noise, Adding Depth and Adapting to the Sound Real-Time.
  • Oscilloscope Gives Visual Insight into Tape Movement.
  • Comes with 73 Presets by artists such as Jacknife Lee, M-Phazes, Konrad OldMoney, Reuven Amiel, Christal Jerez and more.

Pricing and Availability:
On 0ffer at £35 (Regular price: £73)

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