Welcome Licorice Pizza (LP) lovers! Setup guides and Vinyl FAQ.
I'm looking at new synthesizer and music production software right now. Thought some of you might be amused and interested in this post-production tool. Dial up dust, scratch and warp, and relive the disappointment of a bad eBay purchase with your CDs!
The ultimate lo-fi weapon, iZotope Vinyl uses 64-bit processing and advanced filtering, modeling and resampling to create authentic "vinyl" simulation, as if the audio was a record being played on a record player.
You have complete control over the following parameters:
Mechanical Noise: The amount of turntable motor rumble and noise
Wear: Control how worn out the record is, from brand new to played a few thousand times
Electrical Noise: Internally generated electrical noise, such as 60 Hz grounding hum
Dust: The amount of dust on the record
Scratch: The number and depth of scratches on the record
Warp Depth: The amount of warping and the warp shape for the record—from no warp to the edges totally melted and warped
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Topic - How to get back those analog artifacts - newdreams 17:09:15 05/21/12 (1)
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