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Re: Glitch VST plug in and looped guitar


I went to your Myspace page link and didn't see any "tracks" to listen 

Is this something you have to subscribe in order to get to do?

Unfortunately that's something I don't plan on doing.


On Feb 19, 2008, at 4:49 AM, Art Simon wrote:

> I don't recall the free Windows VST plug-in "Glitch" being mentioned
> here, so I thought I'd give it a big thumbs up.
> http://illformed.org/blog/glitch/
> It got a nice mention in the latest Virtual Instruments magazine, so I
> downloaded it a couple of days ago. I set up a signal path in Energy
> XT where my straight guitar ran parallel to a signal run through
> glitch and another run through a pitch shifter (1 octave up) and
> another instance of glitch. Glitch sure adds a lot of complexity to a
> sound The first track on my myspace.com page, Feb172008, is a short 3
> 1/2 minute sample. Except for the rhythm (Wave drum, Kalimba, and
> shaker) everything else is one-take and very sparse and sustained
> single "glitched" guitar notes run through the Elottronix looper.
> Great fun, I especially like the "Tape stop" and modulation modules.
> -- 
> Art Simon
> simart@null.net
> http://art.simon.tripod.com
> http://www.myspace.com/artsimon