This bungle includes two plugins;
The definitive punch tool. Audio plugin for Mac/PC.
Unlock unparalleled powers.
Parallel processing plays a fundamental part in getting a “big” mix sound. By processing multiple copies of the same track and blending them together, you can add more punch to a mix — in a more natural-sounding way.
It’s like teamwork: Multiple copies of the same track – each focused on doing one specific job – can achieve more together than a single copy being processed to death on its own.
Parallel Aggressor is based on this simple concept. The plugin splits your audio into three equal parts:
Dry – Your original signal
Spank – A heavily compressed duplicate
Heat – A heavily saturated duplicate
Work the duplicates hard! Then combine all three signals to squeeze every drop of sonic juice out of your track.
Balance the three parallel signals from the main level mixer.
Use the Spank and Heat knobs to dial-up the firepower of the parallel engines.
The meters help you set the right amount of Spank and Heat for any audio signal.
(Dial the main Spank/Heat knobs until the meters peak right before the orange line).
The style knobs inject desirable sonic flavors into the parallel engines. Engage multiple at once.
The solo buttons let you monitor each parallel signal individually for fine-tuning purposes.
Turn on Auto Gain to get a consistent plugin output, roughly matching the input level.
Output sets the global output level (post Auto Gain).
Switch between three different color schemes by clicking the top left icon.
Feel the lofi vibes of the VHS era. Audio plugin for Mac/PC.
A ‘lofi flavor’ beast.
As kids of the 80s we have always been drawn to the sound of slightly out-of-tune synths, warm tape saturation, gritty samples and grainy reverbs. So we set out on a mission to capture the lofi spirit of our favorite decade — and bring it into a new decade.
Meet a complex algorithm with eight simple knobs. We named it ‘Super’ for its powers and ‘VHS’ for its sound.
Six unique ‘one-knob’ effects inspired by the VHS-era.
● STATIC — Static noise generated by an internal synthesizer
● HEAT — ‘Analog tape’ saturator, inspired by consumer-grade tape machines
● SHAPE — Sample rate reducer inspired by 1980s 8-bit samplers
● MAGIC — Widening FX inspired by the Juno chorus, but darker and deeper
● DRIFT — Pitch fluctuation LFO for unpredictable time and pitch shifting
● WASH — ‘Bad hall’ reverb inspired by budget friendly 1980s rack units