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Mash Hits … the audio unit!!! (Max4live, Stand Alone, OSX, PC)

Shitmat & Beatwife are proud to present our new audio unit with is capable of recycling pop music into wig out music. Mash Hits cuts your audio file into hits which you can then sequence, mash and twiddle on the fly using a slider based sequencer with a handy wavetable to see which slice your triggering. You can rearrange and alter your sliced audio with many options such as : Number of Slices, Attack, Velocity, Randomize slice choice, Timing, Gate, Legato, Sequence length and Morph between presets. The results can be syncopated and at other times more abstract depending on how you decide to use it. it comes with some presets but we advise you just mess around with it, link it to your midi controller and go off on one!

The Effects…

Vinyl Richie
Tweak and screw your creations up with the two knobs; Scratch and Speed. You can also draw in automation curves for your scratch.

Gary Glitter Filter
This dodgy sounding FX is infact a handy filter; lowpass, highpass, bandpass & bandstop

Delay Guetta
This FX is actually nothing to do with the floppy haired nauseating producer, it’s an effective delay unit.

Leo Slayer
Fat and hairy distortion with 2 drive knobs and a lowpass filter.

Phil Collins Phaser
Experience another day in paradise with this nifty FX

Support email mash.hits.project(@)gmail.com.

OSX - MAx For Live Instrument Device & Standalone Application

WIN - MAx For Live Instrument Device & Standalone Application

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. olh  |  November 28, 2012 at 3:58 am

    this is sick :D havin lots of fun with it
    shit mat u da mann

    Reply
  • 2. Christian Baldock-Apps  |  November 29, 2012 at 8:12 am

    Thank you so much for this, this plug is incredible.

    Reply

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