Rob Papen Intros LowSane Lo-Fi Effect

Rob Papen has introduce LowSane, a lo-fi effects processor for Mac & Windows.

LowSane offers a Distortion module, Band Pass / Notch Filter, Lo-Fi section, Hi and low Pass Filters, and a Noise Gate. These parameters can be controlled by the ‘Disrupt Sphere’. There is also an Audio Follower which can control the “Disrupt Sphere” or any of the other parameters.

Last but not least there is a 2-slot modulation matrix which you can use to connect parameters, and use MIDI to control parameters and the ‘Disrupt Sphere’.


  • LoFi FX with additional distortion, Band Pass / Notch Filter, Hi-Pass Filter, Low-Pass Filter, and Noise Gate
  • Disrupt Sphere control for creating FX changes
  • Audio Input Follower, for controlling LowSane’s parameters
  • GUI sizes available are 100%, 125%, 150%, and 200%

Pricing and Availability:

LowSane is available now for $25 USD.

2 thoughts on “Rob Papen Intros LowSane Lo-Fi Effect

  1. personally, I dislike distortion unless it’s a guitar and tastefully done. otherwise; it’s just bad noise to be removed at all costs.

    1. while taste is subjective of course, distortion can be much more than just noise, subtle added harmonics can help add fullness to a mix, or sound, and add excitement, body, depth, width etc. That being said, this effect seems very lacking. there are so many more fully featured distortion / lo fi effects out there now a days.

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