dblue - Glitch v1.3.02 beta (Pc/Free)

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What Is It?
Glitch is a VST plugin effect for Windows-based systems running a VST 2.0 compatible host.

What Does It Do?
Glitch chops up your audio in real-time and applies a variety of effects which can either be chosen at random, manually sequenced, or a mixture of both. The sounds it generates range from quite subtle to extremely bizarre, depending on how much you tweak the controls.

May 3rd, 2006 - Glitch v1.3.02 update now available.
Changes from v1.3.0 - v1.3.02...
- Delay size can now be fine tuned.
- Delay separation parameter range has been expanded slightly.
- Modulator now shows the note which most closely matches the frequency. (ie: 440 Hz = A 4)
- Filter type selectors have been improved.
- Filters can now be toggled between (A) non-resonant and (B) resonant.
- Randomise function added to each effect (right click the effect's name tag).
- Fixed Pentium 4 denormalisation bug.
- Fixed bug where FLStudio wouldn't record/playback automated parameters correctly.
- Fixed bug which caused FLStudio to crash when automating pattern changes.

Due to public demand Glitch v1.3.02 now uses a new VST id and filename which will allow you to have both v1.3.02 and the older v1.2.3 installed simultaneously. In order to transfer any old settings over to the new v1.3.02 you will need to export an .FXP patch file from the old version using the standard features provided by your host, then import the saved .FXP file into Glitch v1.3.02. Sorry for any inconvenience that may be caused by this.