BSOD – Blue Screen of Death!

Price £5.99

BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death, remember?) is a stockastic sample freezing effect by StrangeLines.
What does it mean? Well, you could drop it onto a vocal track for a classy-chop effect, you could use it to turn any sound into a fresh organic pad, try it on a drum loop for example, but it’s also cool to use it as a gating effect and/or mixing it with the dry signal. in short BSOD makes you rhytmically freeze any sound source with extreme ease for whatever purpose you’re able to come up with.

Main Features
• Perfect gating/triggering with adjustable cut from very narrow to very wide
• Way-beyond-recognition sound design and shaping capabilities.
• Automatable and midi-controllable.
• Clean, minimalistic, alive, dry/wet-responsive UI

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Description

BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death, remember?) is a stockastic sample freezing effect by StrangeLines.

What does it mean? Well, you could drop it onto a vocal track for a classy-chop effect, you could use it to turn any sound into a fresh organic pad, try it on a drum loop for example, but it’s also cool to use it as a gating effect and/or mixing it with the dry signal. in short BSOD makes you rhytmically freeze any sound source with extreme ease for whatever purpose you’re able to come up with.

Main Features
• Perfect gating/triggering with adjustable cut from very narrow to very wide
• Way-beyond-recognition sound design and shaping capabilities.
• Automatable and midi-controllable.
• Clean, minimalistic, alive, dry/wet-responsive UI

BSOD Controls List
• Freeze: control the gate frequency in time signatures
• Width: make the gating wider or tighter
• Dry/Wet: master dry/wet control

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