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Overflow 1.0 is an AudioUnit which generates digital bit-overflow distortion, much like early ADC (Analog-to-Digital Convertor) chips would react to excessive input levels by overflowing the available word length. Now that modern ADC chips nearly all have a more "analog" hard clip response, this plug-in allows access to an older, but tasty flavor of distortion.

Side-feature: The "Swap" switch treats the input as 16-bit data and swaps each byte, which might be useful if you somehow have a bitstream or sound file in little-endian order (Intel, and others) and need it translated to big-endian
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X, AudioUnit (AU) enabled host software.






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Downloads:2,499
Version Downloads:1,643
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Free
Date:22 Jun 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Overflow 1.0 is an AudioUnit which generates digital bit-overflow distortion, much like early ADC (Analog-to-Digital Convertor) chips would react to excessive input levels by overflowing the available word length. Now that modern ADC chips nearly all have a more "analog" hard clip response, this plug-in allows access to an older, but tasty flavor of distortion.

Side-feature: The "Swap" switch treats the input as 16-bit data and swaps each byte, which might be useful if you somehow have a bitstream or sound file in little-endian order (Intel, and others) and need it translated to big-endian order (Motorola, IBM, etc.). When "on," the other parameters are ignored.


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