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AudioThing Texture Granular Reverb Is FREE Until December 31st

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AudioThing released Texture (€19 value), a granular reverb effect in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin formats. The plugin is free to download until December 31st, 2020.

Texture is a freeware granular reverb plugin with pitch shifting and mid/side functionality. AudioThing explains that Texture can “transform any sound into an ambient soundscape.”

The plugin features a mix knob, a balance control, and a pitch control knob. The balance knob controls the balance between granular processing and reverb. The pitch knob controls the pitch for the granular algorithm.

The user interface also features a Diffusion button, which increases the size and feedback parameters for both effects (granular and reverb). Finally, the Mid/Side button enables or disables the mid-side processing mode. Use it to apply the granular effect only to the side channel of the input signal. 

Here's a closer look at Texture's user interface.

Here’s a closer look at Texture’s user interface.

We’re already used to seeing modern-looking GUI designs from AudioThing, and Texture follows the same design language. The plugin looks great, and the interface is freely resizable, ensuring compatibility with all screen sizes.

Texture is also the first release in AudioThing’s new Things product lineup. According to AudioThing, this will become a series of creative VST plugins for sound designers. Things will cover a range of audio effects for audio mangling and creating exciting new sounds.

Here’s how AudioThing describes their latest release:

“Things is going to be a series of smaller plugins covering a wide range of effects, focused on sound design and creativity. The first in the series is Texture, an easy to use granular reverb with pitch shifting and mid/side mode. Texture can transform any sound into an ambient soundscape or add that drone vibe to your tracks. This plugin was inspired by the techniques used in the soundtrack and sound design of the award-winning indie game The Swapper.”

You can download Texture for free until December 31st, 2020. The plugin will cost €19 after the free download offer expires. Visit the product page linked below and complete the free checkout process to add the plugin to your AudioThing user account.

AudioThing Texture is available in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin formats for digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. Only 64-bit plugin hosts are supported.

More info: Texture (48.8 MB download size, ZIP archive containing EXE installer, 64-bit VST/VST3/AU/AAX plugin format for Windows & macOS)

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19 Comments

  1. Another AudioThing freebie in short time. Wow!!! Thank you and Merry Christmas to BPB and AudioThing!!!

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  2. Michal Ochedowski

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    I needed less than a minute to pass my judgment – this sounds great. I love the fact that it’s possible to have either GRAINS or REVERB or a mix of both. This PITCH thing is something else :) Also when it comes to esthetics of the plugin AudioThing really deserve a lot of praise. Very pleasing all around.

  3. Not sure if it qualifies for posting here or not, but analog obsession just released an update for three of his compressor plugins (yala, varimoon, fetish). They have really nice new UI updates as well as under the hood improvements.

  4. Nice freebie. Despite extremly easy to use, took a while to dial in a sound i could use, but stacking two of them came close, first set to full granular, the other to full verb, and f course both mix knobs to to full. That came close. When switching the second verb with another new freebie, the valhalla supermassive and using the extremely longest reverb patch also fully wet, it was heaven. I think it sill rings though, probably will never stop.

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