AudioThing offers the new Things – Bubbles (€ 19 value) filterbank delay plugin as a FREE add-on with any purchase during the Black Friday sale (until December 4th, 2022).
Things – Bubbles is a filterbank consisting of up to 10 band-pass filters and delays. Each band-pass filter is represented with a bubble on the GUI and comes with a dedicated delay module with adjustable feedback.
AudioThing describes Things – Bubbles as a “sparkling filterbank delay,” and that is a surprisingly precise illustration of how the plugin sounds. It’s a unique sound design tool that will make processed audio sound “bubbly” or like it was submerged into a glass of champagne.
The user can control the effect by adjusting the filter Cutoff, Resonance, Delay Time, and Feedback parameters. The Bubbles parameter sets the number of filter bands, and the Mix knob controls the dry/wet signal level.
Despite being a somewhat unorthodox effect, Things – Bubbles is intuitive and easy to use. The control scheme is intuitive, and all the parameters are self-explanatory, so you won’t have any issues figuring out which knob does what.
You can hear Things – Bubbles in action in the demo video embedded below.
The plugin typically costs $19, but it’s currently on sale for $9. Even better, AudioThing offers Things – Bubbles as a free gift with any purchase made in their online shop until December 4th.
On a related note, AudioThing recently launched the Black Friday sale, with discounts reaching up to 70% OFF on a wide variety of audio instruments and effects.
Things – Bubbles is available in VST2, VST3, AU, CLAP, and AAX plugin formats for Windows and macOS. Both online and offline activation is supported.
Get the deal: Things – Bubbles ($9 sale price, FREE with any purchase until December 4th, 2022)
A really nice and bubbling surprise in their Things – Line.(:
I wonder how a sound would come out first being fed through “Bubbles”, then through Caelum’s “Dustbin” ?
“Things – Bubbles is available in VST2, VST3, AU, CLAP, and AAX plugin formats for Windows and macOS” – well, AND for Linux too, which is great news for us penguinists :-).
I’m not sure if this is an error or an actual offer, but at the moment AIR Boom is listed on their website for 1.26 USD.