Hello all, I’ve been making music for too long and almost 20 years ago, there was a VST I would use all the time which is this one. It’s basically a sampler that randomly picks the incoming signal to a buffer and spits it out under certain criterias.
Since the plugin is in 32 bits, it won’t work on my new M1 Mac and I thought about reverse engineer it in VCV but perhaps there is something that does that already.
Its parameters are:
Seek range: I see it’s in hertz but I’m not sure what it is.
Range: How much sound to grab for the buffer (or I guess buffer size).
Duration: As in, how long is the output.
Pitch control (Quantized): self explained
Wet/Dry: combining the incoming with the wet.
it also had a few modes such as sync to a master or not, picking notes (quantized).
I would use it to mangle percussion and it would do great at giving me so many variations, which is super useful for shakers or other. Also incredibly useful for glitches. I had a license of Crusher-X in the past which was a beast that made me forget about Scruby but now I miss it.
won’t do, no. It only loads samples. I need something that is an effect that can randomly pick audio. If I play a loop, it would randomly some audio. I don’t want to load samples. thanks for the tip though! It’s a fun module i used before.
I played with this. It’s pretty good nothing close to what Scruby does. Sound wise, it’s not exactly hitting the spot either. I had used it before and love all the Path collection but this one is my least favorite.