Plogue Chipcrusher 2 multi-effect plugin is out and has been expanded with 5 new DAC encodings, new SPC delay effect & more!
Plogue has released today version 2 of its excellent chipcrusher multi-effect plugin. Same as the previous version, chipcrusher is a effect that gives you tracks a vintage sound character. With the new release, this aspect has been expanded with 5 new DAC encodings as well as with a new SPC delay effect.
Beside this, Chipcrusher 2 has received a brand new GUI and supports now NKS FX what is a nice addition. If you are fan of vintage or bit-crushed sounds, you need absolutely check out this new release!
There are four main components in chipcrusher: DAC Encoding, SPC Delay, Background Noise and Cabinet. The audio inputs first go to the DAC Encoding. Then gets processed by the SPC Delay, mixed with the Background Noise to finally get sent to the Cabinet stage. Of course, each component can be bypassed on demand without muting the audio.
New In Chipcrusher 2
- New DAC Encodings:
- HAAR TRANSFORM.
- SPC Delay effect from forthcoming ‘chipsynth SFC’.
- UI Redesign from www.kikencorp.com.
- NKS FX Support.
Plogue Chipcrusher 2 is available now for PC & Mac (VST/AU/AAX) for $39 USD ex. VAT where applicable. The update is free to chipcrusher v1 users.
More information here: Plogue