SoundGhost – Texturize v1.0.0 – RETAiL (VST3, AU) [WiN x64]

By | June 2, 2024

 

Year/Date of Release : 05/15/24
Developer : SoundGhost.
Developer’s website : SoundGhost
Format : VST3, AU.
Bit capacity : 64bit
Tablet : RETAiL [ohsie]
System requirements : WIN 8+ macOS 10.12+


Description :
~ Reactive Noise Amplifier ~
Texturize is an inspiring creative tool that adapts to any
sound and seamlessly layers dense textures onto the original sound. Apply a splash of water to the hi-hat.
add vinyl crackle on the piano. add paper rustle to the drum. Transform any sound
by choosing from over 200 original noise sources – from retro recorders,
unique followers and organic sediments to modular synthesizers and electromagnetic drones.
Shape texture with envelope controls, alter frequency content with
high-quality filters, and import and save your own samples for instant restoration.
texturize is a simple and elegant solution for adding texture to any sound.Peculiarities

Conversion
texturize reacts to audio in real time, layering it on top of the original audio to breathe new life into it. Add rustling leaves to electronic drums to give them a more organic sound, layer reactive vinyl or cassette crackle on piano to create a lofi feel, or add white noise to a melody to help it cut through the mix.

Form
When passing audio through texturize, a reactive texture can be formed around your audio using the plugin’s “fade” and “fall” controls. Slowly build up to peak volume and fade out slowly, or make it punchy with quick fade in and fade out settings. You can even turn off the shaping controls completely and solo the texture.

Sculpt
Precision parallel low and high pass filters (24dB) are designed to create noise textures around your audio. Ideal for reducing subharmonics, focusing high-frequency crackles, or adding depth. You can also adjust the pitch of the texture, which is ideal for setting tonal textures to your input.

More than 200 noise sources
We’ve developed a huge variety of noise sounds to help you get creative. Choose from 6 categories – devices, electric waves, fouls, noises, synth flexes and tones.

Importing samples
Import your own samples into a custom category and call them for later use in your projects. import wav, mp3, flac, aiff and ogg formats.

Editing a Waveform
Sometimes you need to focus on one part of the sample. Easily edit the start and end points of any sample using the built-in waveform window.

Quick access tools
muting the sound to create new and unique rhythmic ideas. Disable the envelope to use texturize as a noise source or to fine-tune the texture to your liking.




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