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Reviewed By VicDiesel [read all by] on 17th April 2004
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Mac
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This is definitely a plug for sonic experimentation. This is no Lexicon-alike delay: turn the parameters up far enough, and this will take your sound completely apart. I've used this one to great effect in a tune of mine. Not sure when I'll use it again, though... As the other reviewer remarked, it's a one-trick pony, but it does its one trick very well.

It's a pity that the AU version has no GUI, but that's about the only thing I can find wrong with this plug. There's quite a large number of parameters to muck with, and there is a good number of presets to get ideas from.
Reviewed By benwalker [read all by] on 23rd March 2004
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Windows
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What? No reviews? here goes then...

I stumbled across this plugin after trying to find ways of messing up sounds, matrix-style (think of that "Neo down the rabbit hole" moment). Someone suggested a granular synthesis effect... and so I've found myself here.

So, what does this do? Well, without getting into the long science bit, all manner of weird, drawn out delays, glitches, and squeak sare possible. The effect is one of those things that has a unique sound, for spot effects and so on. Run an analogue drum synth through it (eg MicroTonic) and you might as well be listening to any of the Warp label artists... (think Autechre). Other samples work well and the thing really comes into its own when you start automating the controls via midi.

Interface - Simple but effective. Doesn't over complicate things. As Radiohead sang, Eveything in its right place...

Sound - As stated previously, great if you know that that's the sound you're after. Play around with it...

Features - Yeah, one trick pony, but it does what it's meant to do. The added midi implementation adds a lot of flexibility to the sounds possible.

Documentation - brief, but informative. Experimentation is the best way to learn it...

Presets - Lots. All good, and serve as a tutorial on how to mess up sound.

Support - Never spoken to them. Can't imagine that they wouldn't respond though.

VFM - It's Free. What more could you ask for...

Stability - Fine so far (SL2.0, XP Home). Only giving it 9 though since I've only had it a few days...

Overall, a great plugin effect for weird granular effects.

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