MIXING & EFFECTS
Fruity Squeeze is a bit-reducing, distortion
(called 'Puncher' that replaces audio sample data with a fixed, user controlled value) and filtering plugin. Fruity Squeeze will
add a gritty tonal character to input sounds and is particularly effective when applied to drum loops.
- Squarize - Reduces the bit-depth of the input sample stream. This has the effect of making the output wave appear blocky/rectangular
and the output to sound gritty.
- Puncher Preserve - The number of samples that are left unaffected by the Puncher section. This can vary between 0 samples (knob fully
left) to a 1 second buffer (knob fully right). The maximum value is determined by the sample rate setting of the Mixer (F10 - Audio Settings).
- Puncher Impact - The number of samples that are forced by the Puncher section to the nominal value. The Preserve and
Impact sample variations are alternated (interleaved) in the output sample stream.
- Puncher Relation - Determines the relationship between the number of Impact and Preserve samples. Possible values are: no relation,
equal, double and half.
- Puncher Amount - The Puncher section replaces 'Puncher Impacted' samples by value between 0% (knob fully left) and 100% (knob fully right) of the maximum amplitude. Best
results are obtained with low settings (0% for example).
- Filter Freq - Low pass Filter cutoff frequency.
- Filter resonance - Low pass Filter resonance.
- Pre/Post - The filter can be applied before (pre) or after (post) the Squarize and Puncher sections.
- Mix - Determines the amount of dry (input) and wet (after processing) signals to be sent to the output.
- Gain - Determines the final output volume.
Plugin Credits: Frederic Vanmol (programming), Joel Zimmerman (UI)