Keeping up with the cool kids, infamous plugins will be participating in quarterly releases (or at least I'll be releasing at least one of my projects each quarter). This is beneficial because it forces me to release "small" fixes regularly, rather than waiting for the "BIG" release I had in mind (that's going on nearly 2 years and counting).
So wrapped into this release is lots of touch-ups and small fixes that mostly affect the host integration to the plugin. More notably the infamous stuck algorithm received a lot of attention and polished up as much as possible (probably no noticeable change to anyone though), a new stuck stacker version was created with no dry signal output so you can have several in parallel without affecting the gain, and the infamous power-up no longer has 10 seconds of latency (latency will now equal the power-up time).
The biggest addition though in this release is (fanfare): the infamous octolo. It's an octaver and tremolo in one (see what I did there?). It works as a fairly nice sounding tremolo too but the special sauce is that it is able to play different sequences of the 3 voices (octave up, octave down, same octave) for some fun rhythmic effects. Basically I keep trying to chase low-CPU pitch shifting and this is my latest solution. By using the tremolo effect for silent jumping, I'm able to play back the sounds at different speeds to achieve an octave up and octave down effect. At long tremolo lengths (slow speed) you will notice the timing effects which may make it a bit unwieldy for certain things. With short lengths it's not a problem. Overall I'm pleased with the effect and plan to use it in my own music. I hope you will too.
As always I love when you let me know how you are using these plugins of infamy. Have fun, make music, be free. Here ya go.