I really like this new Max 4 Live Device Spectrum Sampler. It’s great for breakdowns, into/outros or the basis for an entire track. I remember when it would take half a day to create glitch results like this. Mac or PC for 4 Euros.
“Spectrum Sampler is a Max for Live device which samples and holds spectral components of the incoming signal. It can create inharmonic resonances, artifacts, dusty noises, drones, gliding sounds: a wide palette of amazing noises.” – amazingnoises.com
For more info: amazingnoises.com
via Richard Devine
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I love 80s analog video, VHS glitch effects. I use my Bleep Labs HSS3i for my live show video and have my eye on the LZX Analog Video modular modules. PixiVisor is a new app for iOS that allows you to transmit video from an iPhone to a reciever iPad app. The video is transmitted via audio through the air. The results are very cool and the Receiver app allows you to further customize the image. You can also use a cable to connect the transmitter and receiver and then use a filter to modify the image. In the last video above you see an analog mixer sending different signals to the transmitter therefore becoming a video mixer. This is wonderful.
“PixiVisor is a revolutionary tool for audio-visual experiments. Simple and fun, cross-platform application with unlimited potential for creativity! It consists of two parts: Transmitter and Receiver. Transmitter converts the video (static 64×64 image or 10FPS animation) to sound, pixel by pixel (progressive scan). This lets you listen to the sound of your image. But the main function of the Transmitter is to transmit the signal to the receiving devices. Receiver converts the sound (from microphone or Line-in input) back to video. You can set the color palette for this video, and record it to animated GIF file.” – warmplace.ru
For more info: warmplace.ru/soft/pixivisor
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Twisted Tools S-Layer is a sample library paired with a glitch effect plug-in. This only works with the full version of Native Instruments Reaktor. Check out Torley’s video above to get an idea some of the sounds and effects. If you have Reaktor and make any type of electronic music I think you will get use of this. $69 USD.
“S-LAYER is a sample layering sound creation tool that allows you to create, edit and play new sound combinations by taking samples and layering them together using an eight part sampler and an intuitive cell layout.” – twistedtools.com
For more info: twistedtools.com
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Here’s a free sample pack of glitches from Dennis Harms at Bronto Scorpio Music. To download: click here
“Don’t expect pseudo analog stuff here! You get 120 weird, digital noises with this pack! These sounds are perfect for Autechre, Richard Devine, Aphex Twin like tracks, but can also add some special elements to other tracks. I designed these sounds over the last few months and thought it would be cool to share them with you. The pack contains 120 24Bit/44Khz wave files and a simple Kontakt (3.5 or higher) instrument where the samples are mapped across the keyboard. Mod- and pitchwheel do some crazy things in this instrument too!” – brontoscorpiomusic
For more info: brontoscorpiomusic.blogspot.com
photo credit: mikrosopht [deleted]
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When someone with the last name “Ovenbröd” sends you an email you either laugh or pay attention. I did both and my prize is a nice bunch of noisey, glitchy circuit bent loops from Berlin. This gift of loop was not just created for me alone so here I share the news of this download for all to have. Head over to www.mimu.eu to grab some itchy clicky goodness.
85 x .wav-loops (124bpm) of broken, smoothly glitched, circuit-bent 4/4 idm/mnml/noize- and elektro-beatloops. Also this file is password-protected just to avoid unauthorized distribution, simply leave a comment with your correct e-mail-adress, then WAIT a bit and we’ll get back to you. your comment needs to get approved first before it gets published. comments of donators (see the donation-paypal-cloud on the menu) might be handled privileged. a happy new year, yours, maria ovenbröd & der einmeier – www.mimu.eu
Direct link to the post where you can leave a comment and get your download password: click here
photo credit: mikrosopht
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Maria OvenbrÃ¶d & Der Einmeier of mimu.eu sent me an email letting me know about a free set of Circuitbent Glitchâ€™d bass mid-loops they have put online:
01) my broken roland tb303 (23 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
02) lofi loops (09 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
03) smack by glitch up (21 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
04) circuit bent noize machine (36 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
05) raw & dirtey (24 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
06) lo- to mid- to high-frequenced digital/analog sqs (33 .wav-loops, 122bpm)
07) mini-minimal (28. wav-loops, 122bpm)
Head over mimu now to preview and/or download the free set: click here
photo credit: jamie_hladky