The SLowEr VST plugin was developed to be a real-time pitch-bender. The difference between a bitch bender and the more common pitch shifter, is that pitch shifters merely changes the pitch by a constant amount (say, 3 semi-tones up) – while the pitch bender changes the pitch over time, and lets you hear the pitch change.
This is good for creating the effect of a slowing tape or a scratched vinyl record. In SLowEr you design the exact way you want the pitch to be bended over a specified amount of time, but no change will be actually heard until you push the engage button. Audio passes transparantly through the SLowEr until it’s engaged – and only then does the pitch bending start.
Push to Engage – this is the activation button of the pitch bender. This button can be automated in your sequencer but can also be played in live situations. Pitch bending will occur as long as the engage button is pressed, so you’ll have to keep it pushed to hear the full bending process – but a nice effect can also be accomplished by a series of short pushes.
Slope Design – this is where you design how pitch (y) will change over time (x). This is a 10 step waveshaper but you don’t have to use all 10 steps – you’ll see that most simple presets use 2-3 steps. The slope designer is not entirely predictable, but in general pitch will be going down when the graph is in it’s upper (positive) area, and up when the graph is in it’s lower area. A little experimenting with the slope designer will make everything much clearer than anything I’ll WRITE to describe it so just experiment.
Slope position LEDs – once ENGAGED, SLowEr will start bending audio, following the slope design graph, at the speed you specify with the SPEED slider. To help you understand the correlation between the slope design graph and what you actually hear, observe the series of 10 LEDs below the Slope Designer. As the bending process evolves, LEDs will be turned on, so you can see where you are, compared to the graph, at each point in time.
Speed – This determines the speed in which SLowEr will run through the slope design graph. The higher the slider – the faster will the changes be. This will very obvious if you’ll look at the way LEDs are illuminated after you push ENGAGE.
Mute at – since pitch will be moving up in the lower half of the slope designer, you’ll usually get a pitch bending up effect after the ENGAGE button has been pushed for a while. Some other times, pitch will return to normal after your bending has occured, but audio will be delayed. To prevent this I added the “Mute at” slider, which lets you mute audio at a certain point along the slope designer graph. Inside the slider you’ll see a meter with a yellow line. The line will be at the top of the meter as long as SLowEr is NOT engaged. Once you ENGAGE, the line will decline in a varying speed, that’s determined by the combination of the Speed slider and the slope designer. Notice where the line is positioned when you want audio to be muted, and place the slider at that point. Again, this will be much clearer if you experiment a little.
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1. To use SLowEr Serial Key simply download the VST plugin here and install into your host (a music sequencer for instance). Put in a sample track and load it up into your sequencer.
2. Now set SLowEr to the Audio 1 Input Channel on your sequencer.
3. Now adjust the VOLUME slider for your pitch bending sample, to make the pitch bending audible.
4. Play your song – start bending – watch the pitch change from 0-100% in accordance to the design of the slope designer.
5. When you want to Mute SLowEr, simply set the meter to Mute – and hit the ENGAGE button on the SLowEr interface.
6. To hear the pitch bending in slow-motion, simply play the sample without SLowEr engaged, so it will not bender any audio.
7. When you no longer want SLowEr engaged, simply play the sample as you did before, with SLowEr engaged. This way you can see how pitch will return to normal after you’ve engaged SLowEr.
8. Once the Mute has occurred, the yellow line at the top of the meter will be at 100% of its travel. If you want SLowEr engaged at 100% when you engage the Mute, simply set SLowEr to the Audio 1 Input Channel, and set the meter to 100%.
9. To control pitch bend rate, set the SLOWER control knob to 1/2 or 2/3 of the way.
SLowEr is still a work in progress but as long as feedback and usage are good I’ll post some more updates.
Feedback is always welcomed.
I’m not the one to answer about Antares… but it’s not the ultimate VST… I’m not sure about VSL, VST and VST3 are what I’m talking about… anyway, I’m not an expert, but I’m new too, and it could be useful to me (and the guys I work with) to have Antares, and I’ll have to see what I can do about it.
I think you have a good idea about the effect of the tracers for MicroSAM… I’ll have to check it out.
I think you have a good idea about the effect
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Slope Designer – graph that indicates how the pitch will change over time.
Push to Engage – button to activate the Pitch Bender.
Slope Position – LEDs that show where SLowEr Crack is in the graph.
Speed – Speed through the graph.
Mute at – position on graph to mute audio.
In the audio edit section, you have an input/output option (LEFT and RIGHT). If you press the button of the audio input to the left, audio that is being played will be streamed into the VST slot, so you can change the velocity of the input audio as you like (it has no effect on pitch though). The output will be the audio that is bended (can be routed through effects before or after the bend) and it will also be streamed back to the input.
The drop-down menu shows the options (in a rather cryptic way).
If you open the sliver window, you’ll find that the audio to the left of the edit section will be muted. This is the audio that will be streamed into the audio in input slot, while the audio to the right of it will be sent back out.
You’ll notice that the audio is actually being bended in real time (if you push the push button to hear the bending), but we’re just trying to tell you how you might use the Audio Editor so you can modify the audio in the VST area accordingly.
I have written some tutorials on my website: and I’ve made a video of SLOWER on my You Tube channel: – but this site is better to learn things.
I actually just use the slover vst and adjust the speed to where I want it.
To really see what it does I run it with a metronome.
Basically, it is a metronome plugin with a bend on it. I’ve learned so much from using it. Instead of using a looper and setting up a repeated part, I just set a metronome to the tempo I want, and use slower vst. The metronome determines the tempo and the curve. The curve determines how the pitch of the slower will vary over time.
For instance, you could have a quarter note with no bend, a half note with a 2 semitone bend, etc.
SLowEr is a pitch shifter with an advanced slope design and a Mute feature. The pitch shifting itself is very straight forward, as most pitch shifters are, but this one is VERY different. SLowEr changes pitch over time using a 10-step wave shaped curve.
When you push ENGAGE, pitch will be bent to a new pitch, and as it bends, SLowEr will progress along the wave shaped curve, so the pitch will vary in a very different way than other pitch shifters. The first thing you’ll hear will be a very interesting low frequency sound and after a while, the pitch will have risen from the first bend to a more conventional pitched sound. After a few seconds, a second bend will occur, as SLowEr progresses to the right along the graph. This will be followed by another bend, and so on and so forth. By playing with the speed slider, you can create a pitch bending effect that’s very musical and very interesting.
The speed of the bending process will affect how many bends there will be. Higher speeds will produce fewer bends over the same period of time, and may produce a more subtle effect. If you want a bigger effect, you’ll have to play with the slider.
Afterwards, you can mute audio at any point along the slope designer graph. This is a nice feature, as it’s really easy to miss a point where you want to mute audio.
Mute at means that you can mute audio at a point along the graph, so you can bend and mute, without having the “Mute at” needle creeping up to the right.
The graphic shows how to setup the slope designer for a slowing effect. The first time you make a bend, SLowEr will be at 0 on the graph. So you’ll have to push ENGAGE and move it to a point where you want to bend. As you let go of the slope designer, SLowEr will be moving up along the graph.
After a while, the audio will be starting to bend, and you can get a playback of the effect using the play button. The first time you push the play button, SLowEr will be at 0 and will play normally – but after that, it will play backwards, so as you let go of the play button, SLowEr will be going backwards down the graph.
If you want to see how SLowEr works and how the actual slope designer graph relates to the graph you see in the graphic above
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Game Version: DX11
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.4GHz
RAM: 16 GB
Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 970 or AMD RX 480 (4GB VRAM)
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 50 GB free space
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