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Product Lo-Fizer
Developer ToneBytes
Price (MSRP) Free
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Lo-Fizer
Lo-Fizer

Lo-Fizer is a free VST effect plug-in for Windows, designed to add some nice lo-fi effects to your recordings for a variety of artistic techniques.

There are a total of 10 lo-fi devices which are decorated in a rack units:

  • Vinyl – produces vinyl cracks and pops.
  • Hum – produces adjustable low frequency hum.
  • Hiss – produces warm adjustable high frequency hiss.
  • Monoizer – stereo to mono converter.
  • Speaker Sim – simple preset based speaker simulator.
  • Lo-Bit – bit-crasher simulator.
  • Crusher – resampler simulator.
  • Vowel – simple vowel filter.
  • GLS – vocal remover that uses mid-side technique.

You can combine up to 4 devices in the rack. With just a few clicks you can select a combination of effects and create the desired sound.

The built-in preset manager makes it easy to save the settings and quickly access them or share them with other Lo-Fizer users.

In addition, VST automation and full MIDI Learning are supported.

Made with SynthEdit
Discussion: Active

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15 August 2012 at 9:52pmquayquay17

Not quite sure why the dev doesn't want reviews available, but I'll post my two cents here:

So far, my first day with the plugin(s) has been good. The wow effect is nice, coupled with the hiss.

It's all very usable, and I like the rack system (I tend to use about two or three lo-fi effects together anyways).

The vinyl sim is a little lacking (Izotope's "vinyl" is hard to do with out in this area).

The installer has two bundled crapwares, decline the EULA's while installing!

All in all, staying on my computer, but there's nothing groundbreaking here, and the crapware is kind of annoying, but I guess it helps gie him some $

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