Create that arcade noise.
Noise as a secret weapon for mixing your tracks.
Make digital samples and synths sounds more natural.
Add character and sustain to drums, beats and percussive elements.
Add grit and power to basssynths, leads and paths.
Make vocal recording sound vintage.
Add an aggressive layer to a builtup section or riser.
If you want to know how the Noize Retro can improve your mixes, listen to these audio examples created by producer nrec. These examples come from the 2019 album The Fire by the New York based artist Kendra Black. It showcases how to use the Noize Retro adaptive mode to enhance a snare drum in a modern EDM production.
What’s special about the Noize Retro?
The Noize Retro is a limited edition based on the Noize plugin, that features one unique adaptive noise type modeled after the noise produced by old-school arcade system boards, used for many popular arcade games since the 70s. The arcade noise generated by Noize Retro sounds dark and gritty, and has a different character than regular noise types like white noise. It can make all kinds of sounds – for example: bass, drums, synths and vocals – sound retro and edgy, and enhance their presence in your mix.