Who does not love mangling some noise with some new
Audio Units? I know I do and my Downloads folder is invariably over flowing with Wiggles, Moniques, Hats and the like.
The latest batch included Izotope’s
Mobius Filter, PSP’s StompDelay and WavesFactory’s Phi.
The first adds a
flanging, phasing, equalisation type effect within a simple and effective interface.
The second provides a plethora of settings for
delays, echoes, loops and related effects.
The third utilises the universal
Golden Ratio (hence the name Phi) and applies that to enhance even the most mundane recordings. There is probably no type of audio that would not be greatly improved with the use of this plugin.
Chuck them all together and you get Don’t Do
Only one of the three was released on
April 1st 2016.
While looking at the pictures of
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…the first question that comes to mind is…
What would that sound like?
Something I forgot to say while you weren’t listening…
An image of Space One at
Contact [wikipop search=”Stereographic projection”]stereographically[/wikipop] mapped and turned into sound.