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"What we love so much about Disperser is the fact that it can really give that extra power to basslines, to give that extra impact that we think is not possible with just boosting the lows with a standard EQ."Solidtrax. Two guys from The Netherlands with a passion for synthesizers, both in hardware and in software.
"Disperser is one of those plugins that does something you probably didn't think was possible, until you hear it."Nik Roos - Noisia. Noisia, stylized as NOISIΛ, is a Dutch electronic music trio consisting of members Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger from Groningen, Netherlands.
"It's like audio monosodium-glutamate!"Datassette. Datassette is a electronic music producer from London UK.
Have you ever wanted to rotate the phases of your signal to create frequency sweeps? Funny, neither had we, but then we tried it and were blown away! Disperser smears high energy transients through space and time without modifying the gain of the sound.
The result is a different take on transient shaping or, when used at extreme settings, an effect capable of shaping the sounds in ways you didn’t know you wanted to do. Boomy kicks, snappy hihats, synthetic wet basses or just a sweet utility to shape your signal's peaks and crest factor. The choice is yours!
What's a Snapin?
This plugin is a "snapin". That means you can use it as a regular VST/AU plugin, or you can use it with our snapin hosts Multipass and Snap Heap where you can combine effects in amazing ways.
These are the minimum recommended system requirements for running Disperser.
- 2 GHz or faster
- 1 GB or more
- Windows (7 or newer) or Mac OS X (10.7 or newer)
- A VST / Audio Unit / AAX compatible DAW
Please note: If you use many instances of Disperser at the same time in your song the CPU usage will increase accordingly. Thus, we cannot guarantee that the Disperser will work
flawlessly in all use cases even if your system does meet the minimum recommended system requirements.
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