Puremagnetik have released a plug-in Innervelt – “dark smoke machine” for creative signal processing.
The plugin captures the signal and feeds it through a chain of effects to achieve unusual atmospheric results.
Puremagnetik Studio has introduced a new plugin Innervelt. The development is a set of non-standard effects for signal processing, originally created specifically for the musician Mikaha Frank and his composition “Noontide”, released in early September.
According to the developers, Puremagnetik Innervelt is a “dark smoke machine” that captures the signal and passes it through a predefined chain of effects. Effects include a destructive Chebyshev waveform and random modulations.
The signal that passes through the effects chain is sampled and sent to the built-in looper, which mixes the processed signal with the original in real time for unusual results.
In addition to processing settings, the plug-in interface has a special MEMORY knob. With it, users can create their own presets, unusual stuttering effects and new phrasing.