This week we have a VST effect. =D
dBlue Glitch is an interesting VST effect. It starts with it’s 9 different individual customizable presets, “Tape Stop,” “Modulator,” “Retrigger,” “Shuffler,” “Reverser,” “Crusher,” “Gater,” “Delay,” and “Stretcher.” Now any of these effects alone would be good for a variety of uses. The strength of this plugin is how you can use each of these at different sections of a bar, and come up with some interesting combinations.
Now for those of you who may be confused by what I’m talking about, if you listen to Game’s “Put You on the Game” from his debut album, “The Documentary,” (produced by Timbaland) and go to the end, you’ll hear the beat go through different effects, like reversing, retriggering, tape stops, and the like. Coincidence? I think not. =]
I’ve most recently used this in a house/electronic song I did called “Casa de Luna,” where the lead synth that plays during the beat change/chorus part is put through these effects.
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