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Glitch 2

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The infamous FSU plugin is back! And yes, there's finally a Mac version!

Glitch is an audio effect plugin for Windows (VST), Mac (VST and AU) and Linux (VST), available in both 32-bit and 64-bit formats. Featuring a new and improved sequencer which can play multiple effects simultaneously, with the ability to trigger unique scenes from every note on your keyboard, Glitch can be as gentle or as brutal as you like.

Add the occasional splash of retrigger or stretcher to single hits within your drum loop, or fill the entire sequencer with random effect blocks for a totally chaotic trip down the digital rabbit hole... the choice is yours!
Features at a glance

    Each program consists of 128 scenes that can be triggered via MIDI notes. Each scene has its own unique sequencer pattern, timing, and effect settings, allowing you to create tons of unique variations for every moment in your song, all ready to go at the press of a key!

    Multi-lane sequencer allows many effects to be played simultaneously, to create interesting layered sounds.

    Improved sequencer timing controls to better match your groove and song structure.

    Intuitive pattern editor with drag'n'drop. Draw, erase, resize, split and join blocks with ease.


    9 cheeky little effect modules designed to slice, dice, chop, screw, twist, turn and mangle your sounds into radical new forms.

    Tempo-synced effects can easily be dialled in to precise musical timings such as 16th notes, 8th note triplets, and so on.

    Filter, mix, pan and volume controls on each module, to help shape and fine-tune the output.

Randomize, Mutate, Glitch!

    Randomize and Mutate functions can be found at almost every level. Mutate a single effect to get slightly different parameter variations, or instantly Randomize everything in the entire scene to create unexpected, chaotic and inspiring results!


Glich 1 halte ich - obwohl steinalt - für eins der besten Tools in der Plugin-Welt. Diese neue Version macht im Vergleich zu Effectrix von Sugarbytes eher weniger Sinn. Da hätte man ggf. einen neuen Ansatz hinbekommen müssen. Trotzdem kann man dem Entwickler allein für die Version 1 schon einen Tempel bauen. Das Gestottere und Geglitche möchte ich auch nicht jedesmal manuell machen müssen.
Aber du weisst wenigstens wie man das manuell machen muss.
Das wissen die meiste Nützer von solche Plugins nichtmal, wirklich Schade weil zb. die Midi-bausteinen eigentlich doch so wichtige Elemente sind.