Glitch is an audio effect plugin for Windows (VST), Mac (VST and AU) and Linux (VST), and it is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Featuring a new and enhanced sequencer that can play numerous effects simultaneously, and with the flexibility to assign different scenes to every key on your keyboard, Glitch may be as delicate or as violent as you desire.
The possibilities for rhythmic and timbral variety in your drum loop are virtually limitless: all you have to do is apply an occasional dose of “retrigger” or “stretcher” to isolated hits, or fill the sequencer with a hodgepodge of random effect blocks for a wild and totally unpredictable descent into the digital abyss.
Features on the left of the page include:
A piece of music consists of 128 scenes, and each scene can be activated by MIDI notes. Every scene has its own unique sequencer pattern, timing, and effect settings, allowing you to easily and quickly build up dozens of distinct variants for every time in your song, all ready to play at the push of a key.
The multi-lane sequencer allows numerous effects to be used at the same time, to produce unique layered sounds.
Now the sequencer’s timing controls have been tweaked to better fit your groove and song structure.
A simple pattern editor that allows the insertion of patterns by dragging and dropping. To easily accomplish drawing, erasing, resizing, splitting, and joining blocks, draw, erase, resize, split, and connect blocks.
A large selection of ingenious effect modules that allow you to drastically alter your sound by severing, joining, cutting, sawing, twisting, turning, and/or mangling your sounds.
Pitched effects (timing-synced) can be dialed in to musical performances of specific time signatures, such as 16th notes, 8th note triplets, and so on.
Each module comes with its own filter, mixer, panning, and volume controls to allow for shaping and fine-tuning of the output.
Try randomization, mutation, and error generation.
Functions which randomly or dynamically mutate are often situated at every level. Using this particular mutation, you may apply a tiny modification to a single effect, or you may instantaneously randomize everything in the scene to achieve completely new, unpredictable, and inspiring effects.