Based on analog distortion circuits, and enhanced by the addition of algorithms that emulate the bias and dynamic of valves, the Orange Krush is designed to give the user power and saturation.
Initially developed as a regular guitar pedal distortion circuit, Acidgrooves increased its sonic range to allow full range amplification and distortion, which make it excellent for bass, drums, effects, and lead sounds.
It features three separate overdrive stages, controls for handling the input drive, the distortion bias, the output level, and an additional saturation stage. It was designed to be low on CPU usage.
This plug-in features Acidgrooves patent pending Entropy Sound Technologies: Time Arrow Decay (TAD) and Unique Sound Processing (USP) which will allow the plug-in to change its sound as it gets older.
- Distortion Processor.
- Input and output controls.
- 3 overdrive stages.
- Configurable distortion bias.
- Additional saturation stage.
- Up to 64x oversample.
- 2 Entropy Sound Technologies: TAD & USP.
- Circuit Modelled.
Availability & Platforms
Orange Krush is available for immediate download at the Acidgrooves Customer Portal: My Acidgrooves, customers are required to sign-up for an account.
- Mac Intel Universal for 32 & 64-bit hosts: AU & VST.
- Windows PC for 32-bit hosts: VST.
- Windows PC 64-bit will be available soon.
Price: $30. There is an introductory price of $25 until June 30th, 2013.
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