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Like living life on the edge? This free lofi plugin, Bad Contact, makes nasty sounds that will either make you addicted to the thrill or make you wish you’d never found the free music software.
Bad Contact by Rawoltage is a really fun and quite scary free lofi VST that explores the creative potential of the nasty crackles and risky feedback from sound engineering mistakes. You might want to turn down the volume. more info…
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Rawoltage releases Bad Contact, a freeware VST plugin that emulates bad cable connections and malfunctioning knobs.
Bad Contact is a simple, compact noise-based effects unit. If you always wanted your virtual instruments to sound more analog and vintage, this plugin might make you reconsider your priorities. more info…
Dial in the distinctive crackle and noise you get from dodgy knobs and switches.
It’s one of the quirks of music technology that producers can end up spending a lot of money on plugins that downgrade the quality of their audio, but the good news is that you can also get them for free. more info…
Does your gear work too well? The Bad Contact vst concept is a great way to add all those imperfections like noise, knob crackling and transformer hum back into your audio. Turn the big knob for harsh crackling, hit the power button for a nasty pop sound, or add hum and dirt with the knobs on the bottom. Then crank up the voltage to increase the volume. You can use these effects creatively to create unique beats and effect loops, or add some tasty noises to your samples and recordings. more info…
The Bad Contact is as free VST plugin that makes your synths sound like they’re broken.
It’s one of the quirks of music technology that producers can end up spending a lot of money on plugins that downgrade the quality of their audio, more info…
Rawoltage has announced the release of the Bad Contact VST concept, a free audio effect plugin for Windows, designed to add some noise to your sound. While most sound designers hate when knobs and switches crackle and create noise, we felt there was potential in these flaws. One can create interesting musical tones or individual works with them. It just depends on your imagination and the FX chain. more info…