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AudioThing Frostbite 2 - Spectral Freeze, Ring Mod, Feedback
Old 3 weeks ago
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AudioThing Frostbite 2 - Spectral Freeze, Ring Mod, Feedback



We have finally released Frostbite 2! This is a paid upgrade.
If you want to upgrade, please login to your account.


Frostbite 2 is a spectral freezing plugin combined with a Ring Modulator and a Feedback module. With the three freezing modes (spectral, reverb, convolution), you can transform any sound into ambient textures, soundscapes, or just frozen reverbs.
Frostbite can also be used for extreme sonic experiments by entirely mangling any source with extreme modulations.
The Signal Flow is flexible, you can rearrange the modules with a simple drag-and-drop, and selects between the two modes: serial and parallel.
With the internal LFO you can modulate most of the parameters on each module, creating evolving eerie soundscapes.

Details
  • Intro Price: $39/ €39 (full $59 / €59)
  • Upgrade Price: $9 / €9 (login to upgrade)
  • Freeze (Spectral, Reverb, Convolution)
  • Ring Modulator
  • Feedback
  • Flexible Routing (Drag and Drop)
  • 1 LFO with multiple destinations
  • 70+ Presets
  • Resizable Window
  • Preset system with randomizer
  • Formats: VST2, VST3, AU, and AAX (64bit only)
  • Minimum Requirements: OS X 10.7, Windows 7

Drag and Drop

You can rearrange the modules with a simple drag-and-drop to change the signal flow.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Vyav6NiCPc


Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/audiothing/sets/frostbite


Product Page: http://www.audiothing.net/effects/frostbite/
Old 3 weeks ago
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Thanks for the great update, another powerful tool from Audiothing in the arsenal!!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by NekstMusick View Post
Thanks for the great update, another powerful tool from Audiothing in the arsenal!!
Enjoy!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Not often an experimental type of plugin like this sounds as musical. Reminds me of my favorite mangler, the Bitrman. Would love to see something like that, with an interactive interface.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Makes a passable techno rumble with a bit of tweaking.....if that’s your thing!
Old 3 weeks ago
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*Note for other developers...for a plug-in like this that involves extended temporal properties that need to be listened to carefully during evaluation (i.e.'demo mode'), AudioThing got it right concerning the period and cycle of demo 'silence'. Doesn't break the 'mood' of intended effects, and is 'soft and polite' in it's interruption ;-)

Too many demos are unnecessarily annoying and distracting in this respect (silence/cut-outs too often, are too sharp/abrupt...or worse, a loud white noise or voice is inserted)...demos should allow the imagining of possibilities if a purchase is made, not feel like a rude nag or sharp jab to the ear...ESPECIALLY when presenting what is intended as an 'ambient' effect/affect.

IMHO of course

Anyway, good on you AudioThing...keep up the good work
Old 3 weeks ago
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Thank you guys, I'm glad that you like the upgrade!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Thank you guys, I'm glad that you like the upgrade!
Old 3 weeks ago
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We have just added a new video demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O8cL-XDD98
Old 1 week ago
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Is there a feature list of exactly what has been added to V2 vs V1? Cant seem to find anything that spells this out on their website or demo videos.
Old 1 week ago
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Originally Posted by LGK_Dude View Post
Is there a feature list of exactly what has been added to V2 vs V1? Cant seem to find anything that spells this out on their website or demo videos.
Well, no really as you can consider it a brand new plugin (it was rewritten from scratch). But I'll try here:

RingMod:
- You can now choose the waveform
- Frequency range is wider
- Sync mode and Stereo mode
- New Filter section (4 types, cutoff and resonance)

Freeze:
- Three modes instead of one (spectral, reverb, convolution)
- Stereo Width control
- Three band eq instead of a simple high pass
- Freeze button, so you can choose when/what to freeze (instead of all incoming input)
- Clear button, so you can reset the frozen buffer

Feedback:
- Delay range now in milliseconds
- Sync mode and Ping Pong mode
- New Filter section (4 types, cutoff and resonance)

General:
- For each module now you have Balance (pan), Mix, and Output controls instead of just the Amount.
- 1 LFO with multiple destinations (we plan to add more in the future)
- Serial or Parallel Mode
- GUI is now optimized for Retina/HiDPI monitors (and it's resizeable)
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