Happy New Year and welcome to next level 2024, hope it does not have to many bugs and walk through will be easy.
I want to introduce Arcade, bitcrusher highly inspired by Ottobit Jr. by Meris.
- bit - reduce bit rate
- sample - reduce sample rate
- mode - parallel or serial order of bit and sample rate
tempo - stutter controlling by tempo
attack - stutter when detecting increasing of input signal
manual - wait for stutter button push
- order - define position where stutter is connected
- input - muting input signal when stuttering
- repeats - number of stutter repeats
- speed - playback speed of stutter
- tempo - tempo for stutter tempo mode
- filter - lowpass filter
- dry - dry signal
- wet - wet signal
- pitch - pitchshifter, it is not the best pitchshifter on planet but for bitcrusher is good enough and its cheap.
builded for Dwarf
I don’t have a use case for bit crushers, so I’m not gonna use this plugin…
But that’s a veeery nice GUI
Wow, you just keep churning out new plugins!
While I think the design is cool I think it could have a little care about readability. I understand that gritty-ness is part of the esthetic, but I think this text can be very hard to read for certain screens and people with some disabilities.
Crikey Jacube, another amazing plugin and very much up my street.
I dread to think what you have planned next - microcosm maybe .
Keep up the great work.
@dreamer thanks, not a problem to reduce the intensity of the structure, and if there are more people who mind it, then I will do it, i still learning about designig UI same as “programming” in pure data
@Austin73 thanks and i dont have specific plans, but i think about some granular effect
Cheers Jacube that would be great.
However I think you need to show us how you actually make the plugins in PD. I have some ideas for stuff but not sure how to move forward.
Now that would be awesome and might push the plugins from users up
Nice plugin ! Do you have a github, so I can build it for the Duo X? Or will it be published to the plugin store?
That looks very nice, how about a stereo version for my favourite synth?