Noise Engineering Bundle 1: Digital modular weirdness for your DAW
Noise Engineering has released three new VST plugins based on the Cursus Vereor, Basimilus Iterita and Desmodus Eurorack modules.
Emboldened by the success of the Freequel bundle Noise Engineering has upped its game with three more software versions of their fabulous digital Eurorack modules. They are designed for playability and expression and each one comes with four versatile LFOs, adjustable randomisation and noise.
A digital drum synthesizer based on a 6-oscillator additive/FM synthesizer with adjustable waveforms, harmonic spread and envelope timing. The noise oscillator and crunchy wavefolding add to the bite of this percussion machine.
Spectral based synthesizer with three different synthesis modes based on different concepts of frequency. There’s Fourier, which uses sine waves; Daubechies, using wavelets; and Walsh mode, which uses square waves.
A bit like a stereo reverb but one that generates synthetic tails rather than simulating rooms and spaces. It can transform sounds from places of beauty to dark zones of the macabre and can be played like an instrument. It also includes a tempo-synced version called Electus.
Bundle or single
Individually they are $49 each or you can go for the Bundle 1 for $119. They come in VAT, AU and AAX formats for macOS and Windows.
- Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas : Noise Engineering
- Noise Engineering Cursus Vereor: Noise Engineering
- Noise Engineering Desmodus: Noise Engineering
No brainer for me, I’ve always had so much fun with their modules, plus they’re a great bunch of people. MI, LIP and Mimetic next please 🙂