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Hanacsoft has released Reasonable Distortion, a free VST effect plug-in.

It is designed for Windows and features four distortion algorithms and four continuously variable parameters. You can enjoy varied results, from wispy saturation to a crunchy hard-rock sound, to richly detailed distortion, according to the company.

 

Distortion Types:

  • Standard: Standard distortion has the texture of transistor saturation.
  • Tube: Overdrive sound simulating vacuum tube saturation.
  • Frizz: Distortion having crinkle and digital bit texture.
  • Water: Enigmatic textured effect which converts every musical tone to the sound of running water.

 

Controls:

  • Gain: Set the strength of distortion.
  • Edge: Set the sharpness of distortion.
  • Bias: Configure asymmetric diversity(+, -) of distortion.
  • Master: Adjust the final gain after distortion process.
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