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