DarkWare - Glitch Jockey

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Reinvent the Glitch.

If you are looking for "traditional" glitch sounds, Glitch Jockey is not for you. If you want to sound like Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, or Otto Shirach, or any other circa 1999 glitch-IDM, then you seek dBlue's "Glitch" VST... that plug is perfect for that style of glitch. But, not this plug. As far as I'm concerned, old school glitch is done... there's a thousand forks stuck in it. The dead horse has been beaten into redundant oblivion ad infinitum.

However, if you are looking for a new kind of glitch,
something to make your music -stand out- with a unique sound,
well my like-minded friend, have I got a plug for you...

Five months and hundreds of hours of research into glitch technology has culminated into one final glitchtastic masterpiece. Glitch Jockey creates glitches in totally different ways than traditional glitch plugs, indeed differently than any other glitch VST you can find on the internet. For starters, Glitch Jockey is 100% stereophonic, not mono. Glitch Jockey can process stereo sound precisely, as well as process mono sound. Glitch Jockey doesn't touch your host's buffer. It doesn't sequence any of it's effects. It doesn't sample and hold a single piece of audio. Instead, all effects are 100% user defined and simultaneous. You can completely tailor Glitch Jockey to compliment or corrupt your source material to the Nth degree. Also, with Glitch Jockey, -you- have complete control of all parameters in -realtime-, every change happens immediately. All FX units included have been tweaked to perform maximum glitch action off the bat, all the fat's cut out, this is simply a lean mean glitch machine.

Each effect has its own individual LFO for respective parameter automation. The LFOs allow fine tuning of automatic and continous glitch effects. Also, the LFOs use a global custom waveform selection which is user selectable as well. All of those fusions alone would make Glitch Jockey mighty indeed... but the best part rests in the G-Vector.

The G-Vector is a joystick-like interface that can control any glitch effect synced to it (you choose which ones) in a kinetic fashion. You can literally use the G-Vector to grab any of Glitch Jockey's FX units by the throat and throttle them live, in or out of time with your music. You can use the G-Vector for certain effects while having other effects controlled by their LFOs. Or, you can use the LFOs and the G-Vector simultaneously for delightfully useful insanity. There are even LFOs to sync to the G-Vector coordinates for automated offsets of the G-Vector itself.

No avenues have been left unexplored in Glitch Jockey's programming.

Sexy things you can do with Glitch Jockey:

Sound Creation via affected Source Material

Warp a piano sample into a gritty slithery synthline.
Morph a stale percussion piece into a glitchy metallic swinging beauty.
Mutate your vocals into things a vocoder couldn't dream of.
Create an entire song's worth of glitchy material out of just one drumloop, using only Glitch Jockey.
Reinvent and reinvigorate your entire sample library.

Dynamic Audio Affections

Use the G-Vector to "ride" a song and add glitches in tiny nuances or as full blown cascades... all in time by your own hand.
Use the G-Vector to turn Glitch Jockey into its own instrument, using its FX units to mimic preexisting melodies automatically.
Twist the heads straight off the crowd at your next laptop DJ gig.