Whip Crack Vst

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  • 340+ inspirational in-built sounds to choose from…
  • … or import samples to trigger over existing audio
  • Manipulate imported audio with four playback modes
  • Entirely replace drum sounds with new ones, or simply add layers
  • Use as a subharmonic synth for heavyweight bass
  • Instantly add body or bite to drums
  • Emphasise transients by triggering additional hits
  • Add sonic glue to programmed drum tracks
  • Overlay instant dirt with vinyl crackle, tape hiss and digital noise
  • Increase width and depth with percussive reverb tails
  • Generate radical new sounds from rhythmic source material
  • Add organic layers including Foley, crowd noise and ambience
  • Quickly whip up risers and pitch modulated special FX
  • And much more…
  • Trigger one-shot samples from incoming audio
  • Use Granular playback to redefine a sample
  • Loop the sample and adjust crossfade lengths
  • Chop up and reassemble with Random mode

Compatibility

  • Over 340 sampled, granular and generative sound sources onboard
  • Import samples and play back in granular, loop
  • Advanced envelope with attack, hold and decay controls
  • Dual filter, to quickly shape your chosen texture
  • Independent EQ sections for the wet and dry signal paths
  • Source-specific synthesis controls include colour, pitch, density and octave
  • Modulate a Texture’s controls and filter cutoff using LFO and envelope signals
  • Tweak the response to the source signal with the sidechain filter
  • Squash the Texture sound using limiting and make-up gain
  • Global control of Texture level, Mix and Master level
  • Intuitive user interface, for fast results

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