The Stereo Vrek VST plugin provides two Vrek’s, one for each channel. Just like the vrek, this sounds best when used as an insert-effect. This effect uses two delay-signals (one for each stereo channel) of a sound to ringmodulate with itself.
– The left knob controls the delay-time of the left channel
– The right knob controls the delay-time of the right channel
– The slider is a dry/wet mix
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– The Vrek modulates from mono (dual mono) to stereo (dual stereo)
– The effect is best used as an insert-effect (Stereo Vrek/insert Vrek)
– It sounds best used from a sound with a lot of univeral distortion (rock, doom, death, doom metal)
– Always use ‘Surround’ as the default output mode and not’spatial’
– The stereo Vrek can not modulate more than the volume of the sound itself
– The stereo Vrek only modulates the volume of the stereo Vrek signal (it can not only ringmodulate the intensity of the left & right channels)
– The stereo Vrek feature only works with the Stereo Vrek plugin version 1.00 and higher
Figure: Vrek (top) & Vrek VST Plugin Version 1.00 (bottom)
– Many thanks to ‘Vork’ for his work on the Vrek VST Plugin!
– Many thanks to Korg for the VreyerKT64 effect chip!Controversy over the true nature of the bleomycin-induced lesions.
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The Stereo Vrek Activation Code-plugin is a stereo pitch-shift plugin with a feedback-function. Like the vrek-plugin, the stereo vrek is best used as an insert-effect. The stereo vrek is applied to two delay-signals and the modulated output is sent back to the input. This produces an even more intense sound.
– The right knob controls the amount of pitch-shift of the right channel
– The left knob controls the amount of pitch-shift of the left channel
– The knob is a dry/wet mix
Rating of the Vrek:
– Great sound, it’s clean and tight, if you like the vrek.
– The idea of a vrek plugin in stereo is not bad.
Additional effects included in the Vrek-plugin
If you want to hear the vrek-plugin in action, the sound is loaded into a Loop-player and you can listen to it there.
The two channels are split into two separate track. The output of both tracks are routed to the internal dry/wet-mix-controls to control the solo.
How to install it:
1. Open your PC
2. Go to the Vrek folder
3. Download the Vrek
4. Open the Vrek.vst and Vrek.exe
5. Double click on Vrek.vst to open the plugin
6. Open the folder Options
7. Open the Customize-menu
8. Double click on the Enable-button
9. Open the Vrek folder and click on the Vrek-icon
10. Double click on the “Vrek” in the plugins-menu
11. Set the plugin on “Insert-Effect” in the “Plugins”
12. Go to the “Audio” section
13. Click on the “Customize” button
14. Double click on the “Input”-button
15. Select “Sound 1,2,3,4,5,6”
16. Set the plugin on “Effect” in the “Effects” section
17. Double click on the “Adj. HPF”
18. Set the plugin on “Wet” in the “Effects” section
19. Double click on the “Wet”-button
20. Set the plugin on “Dry” in the “Effects” section
21. Double click on the “Dry”-button
– Default: 2 Delay-signals of each channel, simulating a Vrek, except that the delay-times are controlled by the controllable sliders (instead of a single Vrek-switch). This simulates a ‘Stereo Vrek’ (eight delays for each stereo channel).
– The left channel delay is reduced, the right channel is increased, simulating e.g. ‘Hollywood Vrek’.
– Both sliders are set to 100%, the dry-mix is set to 50%. These default settings give a half-automated sound. If you adjust the sliders, the dry-mix will be controlled as well.
Wire Works – Rectract Wizard (VST Plugin)
Originally created for me by Markus Kaeding.
A synthesizer for creating Rectracts which can be easily used with the Rectract Wizard from Wire Works to automatize the process. This plugin allows to generate a Rectract of a pre-defined length, even if the original source contains noise (e.g. white noise generated by a synth).
There are two methods available to create a Rectract by using the plugin:
– The PlugIn offers you to add Rectract-points (one for each Rectract) to a sound. The amount of Rectract-points can be set.
– The PlugIn offers you to add Rectract-points (one for each Rectract) to a (previously created) Rectract. Thereby you can always start at the beginning of the pre-defined Rectract, or you can already be in the end of the Rectract.
In both methods the plugin internally sends the Rectract-points to the Rectract Wizard, which creates the final Rectract.
The Rectract Wizard offers a configurator to control how long the final Rectract will be.
The length of the Rectract can be set to 1, 2 or 3 seconds. Setting the Rectract length to 3 seconds corresponds to 8 Rectract-points per second. You can combine this value with the number of Rectract-points you added by the plugin to adjust the speed of the Rectract.
The Width of the Rectract:
The width of the Rectract can be set to 1, 2 or 3 seconds. Setting the Rectract width to 3 seconds corresponds to 6 Rectract-points per second. You can combine this value with the number of Rectract-
What’s New in the?
The stereo Vrek is a sound modulator for stereo material, with two delay-signals, one for each channel. The two delay-signals cross-modulate with each other, modulating the sound with itself, like we did with the Ringmodulator (for example here, synth AudioMuse).
The stereo Vrek has a special sonic definition, different from the vrek. This effect benefits both from a delay-time higher and smoother sounding modulation, as well as adding to the stereo air.
– 0.4: added feedback delay
– 0.4: added modulation depth to the right channel
– 0.5: altered the stereo balance so the left and the right channel are aligned
– 0.6: added dry/wet mix
– 0.6: altered the stereo balance so the left and the right channel are aligned
Vrek (first delay line)
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System Requirements For Stereo Vrek:
*8 GB of RAM (recommended), 2 GB of VRAM
*Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2
*1280 x 1024 resolution display
*2 GB minimum free hard drive space
4K Ultra HD Graphics with AMD FreeSync™ technology
16.9 million colours
1.5 million sRGB colours
Adobe RGB colour space
57 Hz (60 Hz compatible)
1920 x 1080 display size