Back in July (2021), Noise Engineering launched Freequel, a bundle of three experimental Synthesizer and effects plugins. Recently, the company has released major updates for the Freequel bundle that introduces new features to the plugins.
An update not to be missed.
Freequel bundles three experimental plugins in one download: Sinc Vereor a Synthesizer plugin (VST/AU/AAX) that is capable of creating razor-sharp, harmonic rich sounds. It is based on the gone-but-not-forgotten Sinc Iter Eurorack module.
The second synth is called Virt Vereor and uses a set of unique synthesis algorithms which celebrates its premiere in the Arturia MicroFreak 3.0 update. Including supersaw, additive synthesis, and more. The plugin creates unique basses, leads, or just weirdly experimental textures.
Third and last plugin is Ruina. It’s a stereo distortion plugin that features multiple crazy sound shaper algorithms in a single effect processor. Including wavefolder, a multi-band staturator, chaotic suboctave generator, octavizer, phase shifter, filters, and an overdrive for maximal destruction. It is capable of creating a wide range of distorted timbres: from warm up to complete, creative destruction.
The linked video below shows Ruina in action.
The good people from Noise Engineering has recently published the LFO update for the Freequel bundle that adds an impressive modulation engine with LFOs, step sequencers, envelopes, and macros to the plugins. You now have a dedicated modulation page in all three plugins.
Further, they added new advanced randomization options, and improved the MIDI capabilities. The new update also adds MIDI learn support and the ability to map velocity and polyphonic aftertouch. More precisely, you get channel and note aftertouch support.
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Noise Engineering Freequel bundle is available now as a free download. The plugin runs as a VST, AU, and AAX plugin on macOS and Windows. The new LFO update is a free of charge.
More information here: Noise Engineering