Sinevibes has released Rerun v2, a major update to its self-randomizing repeater effect plugin for Mac.
Rerun constantly samples small slices of incoming audio, plays them back a number of times, and then starts over again. Each time it does this, Rerun randomizes the slice size and the number of repeats, and is then engages or pauses depending on the probability parameter.
The effect includes multiple playback modes – forward, reverse, alternating – as well as adjustment of slice envelope time and stereo link. Rerun can be configured to produce a very wide range of experimental, always-changing sounds: chaotic rhythms, erratic glitches, randomized reversing, or time-stretched textures.
- Self-randomizing sampler-repeater with up to 600 ms slice size and up to 50x repetitions
- Variable repeater engagement probability, with summed or gated mode
- Forward, reverse, alternating playback modes
- Adjustable slice envelope
- Separate or stereo-linked operation
- Lag filters on all continuous parameters for smooth, click-free adjustment
- Supports mono › mono, mono › stereo, and stereo › stereo channel configurations
Pricing and Availability
Rerun v2 is available now for $29 USD. A demo version is also available.