AudioThing expanded their chiptune plugin range with the new MiniVerb, a new reverb plugin that brings chiptune/lo-fi reverb sounds to every DAW!
AudioThing has released recently a new interesting reverb plugin. MiniVerb emulates the reverb process that can be found in the first video consoles.
Early consoles didn’t have much power for DSP effects, so the video game composers at that time had to improvise. The most common way to add a sense of space/reverb to the sound was to sacrifice one of the internal tracks to play a delayed version of the original sound, essentially using a slapback echo to add depth.
The technique evolved and eventually, consoles started to take advantage of more power for real internal effects. miniVerb recreates that classic digital echo/reverb sound, made famous by iconic consoles such as the NES and SNES, topping it with two flters (post/pre), vibrato, and crusher (bit crusher, downsampler, pitch shifter).
- Pre/Post Filter (LP/HP).
- Echo (single/double mode).
- Crusher (bit-crusher, downsampler, pitch shifter).
- 45 Presets.
- Preset randomizer.
MiniBit Synthesizer V.1.5.1
Beside the release of the new miniVerb plugin, AudioThing has also updated the miniBit chiptune Synthesizer. It features several new features, improvements and bugfixes.
New In MiniBit V.1.5.1
- Added: Global Volume Boost.
- Added: Pitch Bend Range (Up/Down).
- Added: Sequencer Steps Amount.
- Added: Online Authorisation Form.
- Fixed: Random stuck notes in Pro Tools.
- Fixed: Sequencer Waveform track bug.
- Fixed: Digital Performer Plugin Validation Error.
- Improved: Partial support for Retina/HiDPI displays.
miniVerb for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3/AU/AAX) is available now for $19 USD. Owners of the MiniBit Synthesizer get it for free.
Available here: AudioThing miniVerb