Have you by any chance been waiting for the beta plugins from Noise Engineering to come about? Well, wait no more and get ready to get out of the box, and then dive back in with these three wicked “sound sophisticators” called Virt Vereor, Sinc Vereor and Ruina! All you have to do is sign up for a Customer Portal account to get instant access to all three! Beware that this is a public beta project and your involvement in finding and reporting bugs and potential improvements will be absolutely crucial.
Few things good to know are that, of course, the gents at Noise Engineering have been wildly busy at, well, engineering sound…and at the same time developing the first three plugins mentioned. Although not yet ready for official release, the beta is now open to everyone who signs into the Customer Portal. Already have an account? Then you already have plugins, found behind the ‘Software’ tab in the Customer Portal!
Stat Rep from the Dev:
We have tested our plugins on Intel and AMD processors running any Windows version currently supported by Microsoft (currently, this is Win10) and OSX 10.12 – 11.1.
M1 processors appear to be working in our preliminary tests.
Pro Tools First will not support them based on Pro Tools restrictions.
They appear not to work with VCV Rack, but do seem to work in Voltage Modular based on user reports.
Virt Vereor: powerful synthesizer with a unique blend of synthesis consisting of a quadrature algorithm for bass, a super-saw monstrosity and an additive algorithm with spectral control and distortion of partials. Uniqueness with an ‘immediate’ interface.
Sync Vereor: an extremely versatile blend of traditional and modern synthesis techniques, like saw, triangle, square and a super-mode with 6 phase-offset oscillators filling the spectrum. Based on the “gone-but-not-forgotten” Sinc Iter, and paired with Vereor to make a powerful sound-factory.
Ruina: stereo distortion plugin built on digital distortion algorithms similar to Ruina Versio, meaning no emulations but a versatile distortion tool for uses from subtle coloring to full-on obliviating sound. Lots of presets glaze the cake.
Since this involves a public beta, be sure to check the link here provided for any additional information needed for your involvement. With that, only only pressing question remains:
WHAT ARE YOU STILL WAITING FOR?!
The FREE Beta Plugins from Noise Engineering are here!
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