Can never have enough distortion plugins.
"My whole secret is in post processing and proper layering. Instead or worrying about synthesis, I really like to get into totally screwing up sounds that already exist and slapping them on top of each other haha. My go to plugins are Ohmicide, Logic X's Space Designer, and valhalla shimmer to top it all off."more
The sound that this plugin produces can't be compared to any other ones out there. It covers an extremely wide range of distortion types, from subtle & smooth analog sounding effects to extreme bit-crushing, sound-mangling, unique effects. OhmForce plugins are all oriented towards creative expression and are fun to play with. The only drawback with Ohmicide is that the UI is not user-friendly (at all) and it takes a little while to understand all available features. But once that's done, the sound of this beast is so rewarding that you (almost) forget the time it took to master it.
This is the distortion plugin I use when I want something to sound digital and raw. It's so good for this that I don't question where to go when I need that type of sound.
This is an absolute essential in any plugin library. It has the possibility of subtle saturation, or extreme, over-driven, bit-crushing madness, and everything in-between. Multi-band plugins are becoming more and more popular, but out of all of them, this is certainly in my top 3 most essentials.
I'm still scratching the surface of this little monster. I mainly use it for drums, but of course you can apply it to everything. You can use the 4 EQ bands to sculpt your sound just the way you like it, and the Melohman feature allows you to use a MIDI-mapped controller to morph between presets in a bank - kind of like how The Thing could adapt itself into new and horrifying configurations.
It's similar to maximus but has an extra distortion/compression band and allows you to choose a type of distortion. Would be even better if I could have more bands or customize the distortion type.