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Rebel Audio Canister33 v1.0.0 x64 x86 VST VST3 WiN [FREE]

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You want to turn your mix into something novel, like a dying Pac-Man or a rusty R2-D2? Do you have any idea how it could sounds when a dented bucket process your bassline? Good old analogue technics implemented by using modern digital algorithms gives you a wide range of possibilities. The Canister33 can be roughly classified as a dynamic distortion unit with vocoder characteristics.

The signal processing chain consists of three steps:
Dynamic distortion by two series adaptive distortion filters.
Change spectrum range by frequency mixer.
Add additional overtones by a static distortion module

Frequency: Adjustment of frequency range

Adaptive distortion filters:

Res N: Controls the resonance frequency of adaptive narrow band filter
Res W: Controls the resonance frequency of adaptive wide band filter
Intensity: Adjusts the influence of the static distortion effect.

Volume: Controls the output volume

Mode: Change internal processing mode.

Tinny or Rusty Tin: Old school like ‘chirping’ and ‘squelching’
Cosmic Interference or Defect: Very old school like science fiction sounds of the 1950s
Pixel Dancer: Experimental, reminds on video games of the 1980s
Presets: All controller settings can be stored and reloaded by 4 programmable user presets - refer to description below