Aberrant DSP – Digitalis v1.1 WIN/MAC VST, AAX, AU x64
Release Year/Date : 08.08.22
Developer : Aberrant DSP
Developer Site : aberrantdsp.com/plugins/digitalis/
Format : VST, AAX, AU
Bit depth : 64bit
Tablet : cured [FLARE]
System requirements : WIN 10+ macOS 10.12 through 12 – Intel/Apple Silicon
Size: 39.9 MB
Digitalis is a multifunctional digital degradation and disruption tool. Inspired by bad converters, unearthed CDs, poor internet connections, and catastrophic bugs, Digitalis is your personal vehicle through the endless digital wasteland.
Spectral Filtering PaintBox that allows you to filter audio using custom patterns.
Pitch section including pitch shift, formant shift and pitch quantization
Telecom section for lossy sound effects
Corruption window :
Decimate section for flexible downsampling effects
Dynamic bitcrushing section with multiple modes for a wide range of digital hiss and grit
Bitrot section that simulates loss and data corruption on older digital media.
Time window :
Highly configurable repeater section for tempo-synced or floating retrigger and beat repeat effects
Pitch Shift and Bend controls for modulating repeats.
Rhythm Glitch and Pitch Glitch controls that add a layer of chaos and complexity to repeater patterns.
16-step tempo-locked sequencer with 4 effect slots, opening up endless possibilities for custom modulations and rhythmic variations.
Advanced AI Assistant John to guide you through everything Digitalis has to offer.
Custom preset system with 98 factory presets illustrating Digitalis’ vast arsenal of effects.
JPG and PNG images can now be imported as PaintBox patterns.
Images are automatically converted to black and white and, if necessary, transformed to fit the frame. Try setting a threshold or editing the images yourself before importing for more control!
Longer rhythms of 8 bars, 4 bars, and 2 bars have been added to the Tempo Synced PaintBox Rate control.
It is now possible to work with zero latency if the data window is completely bypassed (via the small button in the upper left corner of the window).
Some DAWs may require you to stop and restart playback for the Zero Latency mode to take effect.