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TB TimeMachine v3

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TB TimeMachine
TB TimeMachine v3 by ToneBoosters is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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TimeMachine allows to simulate the effect of A/D and D/A aliasing, re-sampling, and bit reduction (both linear and mu-Law quantization).


  • Zero-latency processing.
  • Support of all sampling rates from 44.1 to 192 kHz.
  • Re-sample rate adjustable between 1000 and 44100 Hz.
  • Bit depth adjustable between 0 and 16-bits on a continuous scale.
  • Linear or mu-Law quantization, with or without dithering.
  • Analog saturation.

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Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

TB TimeMachine v3
Reviewed By FarleyCZ
February 9th, 2012

Lo-fi processors seems to be simple devices, but it ain't right. Becouse they're basically donwgrading the signal, it's easy for them to make it unlistnable. It's interesting when you see one that is actually very musical. :)

Time Machine sounds musical and it's nicely featured also. All kind of bit reductions, samplerate reductions are available. Aliasing knobs are really fun!

Great feature is that highpass filter that stops your low signal from alering the effect too much.

I personally miss Jitter (Yeah, but really just becouse Deadmau5 said in one video it's important feature. :D) also low pass filter and dry/wet buttons could be handy, but If you're in Ableton, simple rack solves this problem right away so no hussle here.

All around great sounding and free, I recommend! :)

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