Brummer has launched a free collection of distortion plugins called ToneTwistPlugs. This new range is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, and offers a variety of features for music producers and sound engineers.
The ToneTwistPlugs collection includes several unique plugins, each offering different distortion capabilities. The MetalTone plugin, for instance, is modeled after the highly-regarded BOSS MT-2 Metal Zone. It comes with a comprehensive EQ section and provides up to 15dB of cut/boost range for the lows and highs. It also includes a parametric active EQ for the mids, with controls for frequency and boost/cut amount.
Another plugin in the collection, CollisionDrive, is modeled after the Horizon Devices Precision Drive. This modern overdrive pedal features a built-in noise gate, Volume and Drive controls, along with Attack and Bright controls for added flexibility.
The Rumor plugin, modeled after the Devi Ever Ruiner, is a bass fuzz pedal known for its bold presence and cutting articulation. It comes with Level and Intensity controls for easy sound manipulation.
TubeScreamer is an analog emulation of the classic Ibanez TS-9. The ValveCaster and BoobTube plugins are based on a famous DIY guitar pedal schematic by Matsumin, first assembled in 2007. These plugins offer a wide range of drives, distortions, and fuzzes, adding unique colorings to the sound while providing a precise range within the tone control.
The ToneTwistPlugs collection is available in LV2, VST2, VST3, and CLAP plug-in formats. This makes it a versatile addition to any sound engineer’s toolkit.
Brummer’s release of the ToneTwistPlugs collection offers a valuable resource for those seeking to experiment with new sounds and effects. As it’s free to download, it’s an accessible way for producers to explore different tonal possibilities. So, whether you’re a seasoned professional or a beginner in the field, you can now add these plugins to your collection and start experimenting with different distortion effects.