Sunday, October 24, 2010

Free Ableton Plugin of the Week: Supa Trigga

Get your glitch on in Ableton Live, Logic, or anything that supports AU and VST plugins with Supa Trigga, which you can find here. Free, easy to install, and easy to use for starter or pro DJs, it's a crazy little tool to add to your collection. Take a bassline, beat, vocal melody, whatever: it'll glitch it out for you, competing up against designer software Effectrix. This thing will automatically take whatever you put in and slice it up into a series of smaller chunks (the size of the chunks is up to you.) From there it's all up to a few different sliders you can mess with to reverse, rearrange, modify, and add an element to a track that sounds professional, all for the cost of $0.00. Oh, by the way, you can do this all live. Take any song you want, chop it up, instant remix for you lazy people. So head over yonder and download it now for realz.


Chris


This is just a tiny example of a little stuttery thing, for all you D&B people.


Let me know if you need help installing it into Live and Logic.


27 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tutorial, this will come in handy for me :P

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  2. just found your blog .. damn great. workin with Ableton too for a while ... thx

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  3. Fantastic video man, I've been wondering for ages how to do stutter effects.

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  4. im a noob, im still stuck on Garageband lol

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  5. Nice, I was looking for something like this.

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  6. Very cool. Thanks for the heads up.
    djnb

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  7. Awesome video, stutter effects are pretty cool.

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  8. This actually looks worth looking into.

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  9. thanks for the plugin, and nice guide vid too ^^

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  10. Nice, I've been looking for a tut for this.

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  11. i don't do d 'n b, but this is nice insight. keep it up ;)

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  12. Wow man this is actually really useful.

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  13. The example is really helpful. I shared this on Reddit, I hope you're cool with that!

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  14. That's pretty sweet! Too bad I'm not very musically inclined...D: I enjoyed the video though! :]

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  15. I am having trouble getting this to work in live on my mac... I moved the downloaded AU (.component file) to MacHD-Library-Audio-components but it will not show up in my audio units or vst folders even if I rescan... any dice on how to fix this?

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  16. i have the same problem as the guy above. it's terrible because it seems like every time i find a thread it stops when someone says they have this problem. it's driving me nuts! nobody ever answers! wtf?! i do everything they say on every thread which is the same thing he said above and it WILL NOT WORK.

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  17. how do i install it with live on windows?

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