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"So I have this thing called Glitch, which basically has all of these effects. I'm just using it for the big rush right here. It's really cool if you want to do like glitchy electro and stuff like that because it has a randomizer. It's really fun to play with around with. It gets you that really crispy sound."more
This is easily one of the coolest VSTs I have, even if I don't use it a ton. You can do so much with it, make really glitchy sounds, and it's free, too. The only issue is that it can be a little buggy and really jacks up your CPU usage.
Since I started taking my production seriously under the Semmath moniker, I made the decision to try and create things on an original level because lets face it, With 1,000+ bedroom producers out there, It's even more challenging to do something to stand apart from everyone else. D-Blue Glitch is an amazing program once you begin to understand it's full capabilities, You can create an entire album with this plugin and have a sense of individualism that makes no two tracks exactly the same. I especially like it's ability to incorporate absurd time signatures.
For a while this plugin was sitting in my VST folder, going unused. However, one day, I decided to test it out with a new track I was working on, and holy crap, this thing is amazing for glitch music.
I was having trouble making a complextro track I was working on sound good, so I looked for effects synths. Glitch popped up and I gave it a shot. Ever since, this has been so useful in my productions. It gives you so many options in one little synth, allowing you to make glitch-effects with ease.
If you need to add some glitch effects to a track, throw this on there and sequence the effects. It works a lot better if you sequence specific effects rather than throw random all over it and see what happens.