Frostbite 2 by AudioThing

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A dedicated and more elaborate reverb would give you more options than what is offered here. Although, audiothing probably does a better job with the speaker emulation. Their speaker emulation plugin looks interesting, but I have something similar in trash 2. In the video, we go over how FrostBite 2 works in great detail and start making some interesting sounds. Their speaker emulation plugin looks interesting, but I have something similar in trash 2. Thanks!

Dec 22, 2020 #1 Hi, I am interested in their wires plugin which audiothing made in collaboration of Hainbach. Wires is a 1970s soviet wire recorder and in the YouTube video, it sounds awesome - I was wondering if there are any other plugins that forum members like from audiothing. I also have XLN RC20 witch can be comparable to their wires as a sort of low fi plugin, but wires sounds very different from rc20. Wires is a 1970s soviet wire recorder and in the YouTube video, it sounds awesome - I was wondering if there are any other plugins that forum members like from audiothing. I purchased Hainbach's fundamental plugin in collaboration with sonic lab over Black Friday, and I like the warm sounds that comes from emulation of the communication test equipment. Thanks!

Hi, I am interested in their wires plugin which audiothing made in collaboration of Hainbach. Let me know your thoughts. I also have XLN RC20 witch can be comparable to their wires as a sort of low fi plugin, but wires sounds very different from rc20. Although, audiothing probably does a better job with the speaker emulation. Wires is a 1970s soviet wire recorder and in the YouTube video, it sounds awesome - I was wondering if there are any other plugins that forum members like from audiothing. On that point, I wish AudioThing would have divided their presets – greatly expanded in Frostbite 2 – in two categories, basically to separate a preset named “Monster” from the one called “Nice verb,” and perhaps added a few more (almost) bread and butter reverbs or delays. Thanks!

Frostbite 2 is mainly a sound-mangling application, so it shouldn’t typically work as a traditional reverb. On July 8th, we held a live meeting of the Music Production Club via Zoom. Let me know your thoughts. The value of Frostbite 2 lies in the combination of an attractive user interface and a highly usable output.

rmak Active Member Dec 22, 2020 #1 Hi, I am interested in their wires plugin which audiothing made in collaboration of Hainbach. I purchased Hainbach's fundamental plugin in collaboration with sonic lab over Black Friday, and I like the warm sounds that comes from emulation of the communication test equipment. I also have XLN RC20 witch can be comparable to their wires as a sort of low fi plugin, but wires sounds very different from rc20. Here’s the video below:

On paper, I don’t think that Frostbite 2 is fantastic, especially as it is not a new concept. From there, we manipulate the sounds, sample them, build instruments out of them, and even add new effects and plug-ins to take FrostBite 2 even further. Although, audiothing probably does a better job with the speaker emulation. The topic was Sound Design with FrostBite 2 by AudioThing. I purchased Hainbach's fundamental plugin in collaboration with sonic lab over Black Friday, and I like the warm sounds that comes from emulation of the communication test equipment. For example, MSpectralDelay has more powerful sound-sculpting capabilities in its particular area, and a few free and low-priced reverbs have Infinite settings. However, it’s not what Frostbite 2 is about, or what differs between Frostbite 1 and 2 (and in fact, the new unit is so much more powerful than its predecessor that it would have made sense to release it under a new name). Their speaker emulation plugin looks interesting, but I have something similar in trash 2. Let me know your thoughts.



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