Audio Damage Discord 2
Audio Damage Discord 2

Discord 2, Pitch Shifter/Time Stretcher from Audio Damage.

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songboy 13/11/2009

Audio Damage Discord 2 : Recensione di songboy (content in English)


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I run a Macbook with Logic 9.  There has been no compatibility issues.  It installed properly and functions properly. 
The manual is very clear and sufficient.  There a lot of knobs and parameters so it definitely helps to read it over.  Its not too long.
The configuration/setup is easy in the sense that all the controls are right in front of you.  It is not necessarily easy to use.  There are a lot of options on this guy, so again, browse over that manual. 
Yes, functions are easily accessible.


Yes, the software works great.  No problems so far.
It has never crashed on me nor have I lost any presets on it. 
It performs very well.  I really like to use it to get some interesting chorus like effects.  It also makes some great harmonies on vocals.  It also has a delay function but I only use that when using this unit.  If I want a good delay, I have better plugins for that.
I would give it a 9 out of 10.  Its pretty fun to mess around with.  It also works great on drums too.
I have been using this plugin for about a month. 


What I like most about this unit is the good sounding chorus effects and the huge amount of tweaking you can do.  There are some great presets in this guy to get you going too.  I recommend starting there if you are new to this type of device. 
What I don't like about it..., well, not really any thing.  It does what its supposed to do and does it well.  If I had to complain about one thing, its the way the mouse reacts to the knobs.  Instead of going up to increase and down to decrease, some of them make you do a "arch" kind of movement.  NOt really a big deal, but a little strange.
I paid $50, not too bad at all.
The sound quality is great.  It sounds just as good before the device as it does after.
Logic 9 has some pitch shifting plugins built in, but I find myself going to this guy more often.
Yeah, I would buy this unit again.  $50 is not a bad price for a fun plugin these days.