Audio Damage Kombinat v1.0.1 AU VST PC MAC

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Audio Damage Kombinat v1.0.1 AU VST PC MAC
Audio Damage Kombinat v1.0.1 AU VST PC MAC
Team DYNAMiCS | 09/17/2008 | PC: 2.06 MB | MAC: 3.98 MB

From mild tone-shaping or adding a bit of grit to full-on total waveform destruction, Kombinat is a complete toolbox of sonic warfare. This plugin is, in our opinion, the single most annihilating effect available today. With seven different options in each of the three distortion engines (plus pass-through), Kombinat is capable of sophisticated and unique sounds. Want to add a ring mod to the low end, a mild saturation to the mids, and a bit-reduction algorithm to the high end? No problem. Want to run your signal through three sine-warps in series? This is your box.

Kombinat's signal structure allows for a fairly broad palette of sounds, as each segment of the overall effect is a versatile tool in its own right. The Isolator is a full "DJ-style" band-killer EQ; this leads to the three distortion engines, which may be used in multi-band mode for subtle surgery, or in series mode for complete signal destruction. The engines go in to a four-pole lowpass filter of our own design, and then in to a compressor which we have configured for one-knob operation.

Taken as a whole, Kombinat is a tweaker's paradise, yet designed so that it is easy to just grab one of the 64 presets and touch it up a bit to suit the source material.


"DJ" style three-band isolator EQ for band-killing effects
Three distortion engines, consisting of seven algorithms each (plus pass-through) that can operate per-band or in series. The included algorithms are Fuzz, Distortion, Saturation, Warp, Clip, Bit/Sample-Rate Reduction, and Ring Mod
Self-Resonating Four-pole lowpass filter
Compressor, configured for one-knob operation for ease of use
Full MIDI learn (VST version only) for hardware control of all parameters

NOTE: The OSX versions of this plugin require 10.4.1 or later.
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