Rack em and Stack em… One Knob at a time…
Animus Invidious brings the latest set of 64 single-knob effects racks each designed for a specific purpose, ranging from performance effects to mixing tools.
Each One-Knob Wonder effect rack has just a single macro control. Simply twist the knob to find the ideal position for the desired purpose, and always feel free to automate for added suave and precision. Generally, the effects are disabled (100% dry) at their default position.
Grouped into folders which give a clue as to their purpose you can group and rack each effect for a go to set of audio effects per track or on returns, don’t just take our word for it though, check out the Soundcloud demos at the bottom of the page!
Now for an overview of the devices included:
NOTE: The names of the racks in this pack each begin with “okw”, so you can easily find any of them by searching for the term “okw” in Live’s browser. Remember that you can hover over parameters on any placed device with your mouse to see useful data in the info box.
BiLoFicate – dual-band degradation, applying bit- & samplerate reduction differently to the lows and highs.
Growler – a distortion calibrated for use specifically on basslines.
Noisify – brings in reactive background noise while also wave-morphing the source noisily.
ThumpMuncher – adds a thumpy crunch to the low end, ranging from around 50 to 150 Hz.
TubeCruncher – go-to implementation of “dynamic tube” for use as a preamp.
DownFilter Clean – performance sweep filter heading downwards.
DownFilter Dirty – performance sweep filter with added grit.
FonePhilter – retro filter & overdrive effect, based on vintage telephone frequency ranges.
UpDown Filter – performance filter, starts in the middle, can sweep up or down.
UpFilter Clean – performance sweep filter heading upwards.
UpFilter Dirty – performance sweep filter with added grit.
BuzzTracker – a cyborg insect which follows along with a monophonic pitch source.
Exterminator – transform yourself into a nasty cyborg creature hunting down a time traveler.
GrainPitch Down – crude yet fun pitch shifter going downwards.
GrainPitch Up – crude yet fun pitch shifter going upwards.
HigherSelf – shimmery formant shifter which pulls out an ethereal version of the audio fed into it.
Diffusify F – reverb-type effect implemented with filtered delays.
Diffusify G – reverb-type effect implemented with grainy delays.
Diffusify P – reverb-type effect implemented with panned delays.
OrchSpace Brass – go-to hall reverb calibrated for brass sections.
OrchSpace Strings – go-to hall reverb calibrated for string sections.
OrchSpace Winds – go-to hall reverb calibrated for woodwind sections.
Pianosator – a rich, moody reverb-type effect reminiscent of adjacent chromatic strings in a piano body resonating with each other.
Puff – gated, compressed parallel reverb with a “bloomy” quality.
BassCream – go-to velvety bassline process based on a classic high-end pro workflow.
CrispyCrunch – go-to guitar combo which switches between a nice clean tone to dirty and crunchy.
Shredder – go-to distorted lead guitar combo with a range of selectable tones and ramping aggressiveness.
VocalCream – go-to velvety vocal process based on a classic high-end pro workflow.
MIXING & MASTERING
Brightifier – brings out the crispiness of the high end.
Characterizer – brings in source-reactive midrange parallel warmth.
De–Essify – implement and fine-tune sibilance attenuation.
Fump – serial compressor which can be smashed for a “smacky” sound.
JuiceSnapper – designed for placement at the end of an auxiliary fx buss to “juice it up” with snappiness.
PanFlipper – smoothly rotate left and right channels with each other.
Percussifier – attack tightener which enhances transients and attenuates decay, designed for percussion stems.
SatuHighs – tasty saturation from around 3.5k to 7kHz.
SatuLows – tasty saturation from around 87.5 to 175Hz.
SatuMids – tasty saturation from around 450 to 900Hz.
SuperUltraMega – designed to do one thing and to do it well: to make stuff louder!
Chube – makes audio sound like it’s flowing through a cylindrical tube.
Duber – single tape-style dub delay.
Dubber – double tape-style dub delay.
Dubbber – triple tape-style dub delay.
Flanjaser – nasally-sounding flanger + phaser.
Phlazanger – warbly-sounding phaser + flanger.
PERFORMANCE & DJ
BeamDrop – wild performance sweep filter heading downwards.
Breepitate – beat repeater which gets glitchier as it’s turned up.
Breepzer – beat repeat which freezes the moment you turn it above zero, then you can mess with the frozen slice.
BrownLoop – pitches down and fades in a sliced loop of the source. As you turn it down, the loop gets slower and lower until at minimum, you are playing the source at half speed and half pitch.
Fade to Green – an amphibian take on the classic “fade to grey” effect.
Grackler – gate chopper with added crackle and spray.
Jutter – a jittery stutter effect which gets more intense yet less frequent as the knob is increased.
PongFreez – ping pong delay which is frozen partway up and then you can manipulate the timing.
SeaShore – crazy effect which transforms any source into soothing ocean waves.
Stereatch – weird “scratch” effect which pulls left and right stereo channels in different directions.
Stitter – a jittery stutter effect which gets both more intense and more frequent as the knob is increased.
Tickler – adds randomly glitchy echoes to only a portion of the audio based on transient content.
TubeGator – creates a distorted gating effect by pushing tube bias hard.
WaterFill – effect sounding like filling or draining a container of water.
Airallel – minimal touch of room ambience.
Chorolo – stereo-widening tremolo-vibrato effect.
TapeFlange – simulating the source being split into an auxilliary tape feed.
Thorus – metallic, wet chorusing.