In­ear Dis­play Re­gres­sif

This de­monic dig­i­tal de­struc­tor is de­signed to shred in­com­ing sig­nals into brain-burst­ing bits

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So how im­por­tant to you is it that the sound go­ing out re­sem­bles the sound go­ing in? Not at all, you say? Then have we got a plug­gie for you! In­ear Dis­play’s rip-snortin’ Re­gres­sif is a sonic man­gler par ex­cel­lence with a fist­ful of fea­tures ready to fry your frontal lobe.

You might think you know what you’re get­ting when you hear terms like ‘bitcrusher’ and ‘fil­ter’, but Re­gres­sif’s brand of sonic degra­da­tion has a sound all its own. With both the afore­men­tioned ef­fects joined by a drive cir­cuit and a pair of tempo-synced LFOs – each with seven wave­forms from which to choose – there are enough op­tions to ut­terly an­ni­hi­late any au­dio you feed into the thing. The au­dio mod­ules (Fil­ter, Lo-Fi and Amp) oc­cupy the top of the GUI, while mo­du­la­tion is pro­vided in the lower-third, with the LFOs joined by a ded­i­cated mixer. Mo­du­la­tion is patched in the time-hon­oured mod­u­lar style, us­ing vir­tual patch ca­bles to con­nect things to­gether.

The mul­ti­mode Fil­ter pro­vides Cut­off and Res­o­nance con­trols, and you can add the Drive stage be­fore or af­ter. The Lo-Fi sec­tion sports both sam­ple rate and bit depth con­trols, and again, rout­ing is up to you. www.in­eardis­play.com

In­ear Dis­play’s Re­gres­sif turns sig­nal pro­cess­ing into an act of ab­ject cru­elty

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