Forgotten Clank Studios Omega Trimmer (FREE during BF)

This forum is for discussing Rack Extensions. Devs are all welcome to show off their goods.
User avatar
moofi
Posts: 363
Joined: 19 Jan 2015

Post Yesterday

https://reasonstudios.com/shop/rack-ext ... a-trimmer/


Thank you very much for a very useful + good sounding unit :-)
Last edited by moofi on 26 Nov 2021, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
FGL
Posts: 334
Joined: 23 Jan 2015

Post Today

The device is superb. Anyway, I don't understand why the extremely useful devices from Forgotten Clang are not being celebrated more intensely. This is perfect for cleaning up every mix, but also for eliminating nonsensical artifacts, such as those that often arise in FM synthesis, for example with "Algorithm" in the high frequency range.

User avatar
Ottostrom
Posts: 694
Joined: 13 May 2016

Post Today

FGL wrote:
Today
The device is superb. Anyway, I don't understand why the extremely useful devices from Forgotten Clang are not being celebrated more intensely. This is perfect for cleaning up every mix, but also for eliminating nonsensical artifacts, such as those that often arise in FM synthesis, for example with "Algorithm" in the high frequency range.
Yeah, the Forgotten Clank* REs are really great!
I use the Omega DEQ all the time and it includes every feature I could ask for from a single band dynamic EQ and it doesn't take up much space at all :)

User avatar
FGL
Posts: 334
Joined: 23 Jan 2015

Post Today

Right: It is spelled "Clank". Beloved Moderation, please change the Titel of the Thread. Searchfunktion.

User avatar
FGL
Posts: 334
Joined: 23 Jan 2015

Post Today

Ottostrom wrote:
Today
FGL wrote:
Today
The device is superb. Anyway, I don't understand why the extremely useful devices from Forgotten Clang are not being celebrated more intensely. This is perfect for cleaning up every mix, but also for eliminating nonsensical artifacts, such as those that often arise in FM synthesis, for example with "Algorithm" in the high frequency range.
Yeah, the Forgotten Clank* REs are really great!
I use the Omega DEQ all the time and it includes every feature I could ask for from a single band dynamic EQ and it doesn't take up much space at all :)
I can only agree, my favorite is "Forgotten Convolver". This allows you to individualize all possible instrument patches. But I also use "Forgotten Waveshaper" a lot. And "Mastering Clipper" is also free and usefull.

User avatar
Ottostrom
Posts: 694
Joined: 13 May 2016

Post Today

FGL wrote:
Today
I can only agree, my favorite is "Forgotten Convolver". This allows you to individualize all possible instrument patches. But I also use "Forgotten Waveshaper" a lot. And "Mastering Clipper" is also free and usefull.
I should really give the Convolver a go! Seems like you can do some very unique sound design with it and it's only 10€ right now

User avatar
Loque
Moderator
Posts: 9529
Joined: 28 Dec 2015

Post Today

Ottostrom wrote:
Today
FGL wrote:
Today
I can only agree, my favorite is "Forgotten Convolver". This allows you to individualize all possible instrument patches. But I also use "Forgotten Waveshaper" a lot. And "Mastering Clipper" is also free and usefull.
I should really give the Convolver a go! Seems like you can do some very unique sound design with it and it's only 10€ right now
Its pretty strange/unique, but also unpredictibale. TBF, its hit-and-miss, but nothing else available that can do this. If you are looking for some extra flavour, it can be a "hit".
Reason12, Win10

User avatar
moofi
Posts: 363
Joined: 19 Jan 2015

Post Today

Done. I first thought the name was Forgotten Klang (German for sound), then I only payed attention to the difference in the first letter and thought it would still be the analogy with only an english C integrated, hence didn´t look any further. :-D
FGL wrote:
Today
Right: It is spelled "Clank". Beloved Moderation, please change the Titel of the Thread. Searchfunktion.

User avatar
FGL
Posts: 334
Joined: 23 Jan 2015

Post Today

I am also German an therefore it doesn't looks odd to me.

User avatar
dioxide
Posts: 1490
Joined: 15 Jul 2015

Post Today

The filters on this can create a scratchy noise. Is this a bug?

User avatar
moofi
Posts: 363
Joined: 19 Jan 2015

Post Today

Àudio example or how to replicate?
dioxide wrote:
Today
The filters on this can create a scratchy noise. Is this a bug?

  • Information
  • Who is online

    Users browsing this forum: CommonCrawl [Bot] and 3 guests