Time Exile is in a generous mood and a super slow one too. His new reverb unit, used in the IBM RemixIT project is simply put, very cool.
It’s yours for zero hard cash, though you’ll need to sign up to Tim Exile’s mail list.
Here’s how Tim describes S L O W (for Reaktor 6, or any DAW that supports VST/AU plugins):
I made S L O W - a super-slow reverb for sloths and I’m giving it away for free because it's autumn. Sign up to my mailing list and download it here http://eepurl.com/civWvz.
It behaves in weird ways because it uses more delay lines which are longer than a standard reverb.
It originally came to life as one part of the IBM #RemixIT project where I sonified various uses of IBM’s technology. S L O W represents the journey from a single data point to a global pattern of masses of concurrent data. By slowing down the reverb algorithm you can hear the individual reflections as they build up from individual sonic events to a wash of millions of events with a collective sonic imprint. Put your knitwear on, plug your mic in and drench this evening in a sea of drones...
Runs in all DAWs that support VST or AU using NI Reaktor 6. You can download Reaktor 6 here https://www.native-instruments.com/…/synt…/reaktor-6-player/. You'll need a full license of Reaktor 6 to use it without limitation.
Download S L O W by signing up to Tim Exile's newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/civWvz
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