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The Vinylizer Effect simulates the stopping and scratching of vinyl discs. With it's ease of use, you can quickly create impressive breaks and glitches.
The Vinylizer Effect simulates the stopping and scratching of vinyl discs. The Size Parameter defines the time interval of the stops and scratches. If the value is set to OFF it will stop only once. With the Slow Down Parameter the speed of the stopping is determined and there are three options. “Stop” stops the audio signal with the rate defined by the Slow Down parameter. “Scratch” plays the audio signal alternately forward and backwards while slowing down and speeding up the audio signal. This happens in relation to the selected interval with acceleration rate controlled by the Slow Down Parameter. The Downslope and Upslope Parameters define the shape of breaking and acceleration. Setting these two parameters differently gives you the quick-stopping and slow-starting vinyl record sound.