Audio Damage Announces Dr. Device 2
Audio Damage is readying the sequel to Dr. Device their analog effects plug-in. Dr. Device is two analog-style effects in one. First in the chain is a multi-mode filter, featuring their own 4-pole lowpass, along with 5 other musical modes. Next, the signal gets routed through a true-stereo analog delay. Couple these effects with a two-node XYZ pad, motion recording, and kinetics and Audio Damage claims “you’ve got an effect well-suited for both live performance and studio tweaking.”
â€¢ Multi-mode filter (4PLP, 3PLP, 2PLP, 4PHP, 2PHP, and 4PBP modes). The 4PLP self-oscillates at high resonance without audio input, allowing Dr. Device to be used as a theremin-type instrument.
â€¢ “Tube” style soft saturation and bit reduction.
â€¢ Stereo bucket-brigade-style delay, with two filtering modes and tempo-synced time.
â€¢ 2-node XYZ control pad, hardwired for control from popular hardware XYZ pads.
â€¢ Motion recording and kinetics control over the XYZ pad
Audio Damage’s Dr. Device 2 will be available in the near future as a VST effect for Windows, and as an AudioUnit/VST effect bundle for OSX Universal Binary. Note that you must have OSX 10.3.9 or greater to use the Macintosh version of this plug-in. It will set you back $49. More information on Audio Damage’s Dr. Device 2.