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Noise Engineering Bundle 1 includes Basimilus Iteritas, Cursus Vereor, and Desmodus plugins

Plugin Bundle 1 (AAX, AU, VST3)

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Noise Engineering's Basimilus Iteritas, Cursus Vereor, and Desmodus: percussion, synths, plus a reverb unlike any other. All-in-one plugin pack at a bargain price in AAX, AU, and VST3.

Please try the Freequel Bundle first to make sure our plugins are compatible with your system. Unfortunately, we are unable to support plugin registration in areas where open internet is not available.

Based on our Eurorack products, these plugin versions offer polyphony, a powerful modulation system, extensive MIDI capabilities, a huge library of presets, and in-the-box ease of automation and sequencing.

If you want intuitive and easy-to-use tools that give unique sounds and atmospheres like you've never heard, this is the plugin bundle for you. 

Basimilus Iteritas is a parameterized drum synthesizer with its roots in the analog world. At its heart, it’s a simple six-oscillator additive synthesizer with adjustable waveform, harmonic spread, and decay. Basimilus also includes an adjustable attack, including a noise oscillator. These are summed and fed into an infinifolder for crunch and variety. Basimilus Iteritas has a host of features and algorithms that make creating percussion simple and enjoyable. It’s easy to morph from a kick to a snare to a hat with just a few parameters: everything on Basimilus Iteritas is designed with automation in mind.

Cursus Vereor is based on the core synthesis of our hardware oscillator Cursus Iteritas, and adds in a musical ADSR envelope and lowpass gate/VCA section with a vintage-inspired chorus. The synthesis portion works from a dynamically generated oscillator. It gives the user spectral-like controls over three different modes based on different conceptualizations of frequency: Fourier, which uses sine waves; Daubechies, using wavelets, and Walsh mode, using the Walsh transform. Cursus Vereor parametrizes a wide variety of sounds, but because the sounds are all based off of orthogonal functions, it has a musical tone structure and can produce an extremely wide variety of harmonic sounds. Add in randomization, envelope shaping, sample rate control, and wavefolding, and you have a synth like nothing else.

Desmodus is a unique parameterized reverb and synthetic-tail generator designed for creating unearthly and potentially infinite spaces. The parameters on Desmodus are designed to be automated and played: spaces can be morphed from reverb to delay to complete chaos with the slide of a few faders. Three reverb algorithms affect the way the feedback path of the reverb behaves: there’s clean, distorted, and a pitch-shifting shimmer.

Not experimental enough? The Regen parameter, which controls the feedback amount, can go above 100%, creating infinite tails that never go away. Past 75%, the reverb also starts ducking based on the input signals, creating dynamic atmospheres. The parameters are designed to be automated, and can seamlessly morph between delay, reverb, and terrifying atmosphere.


Features

  • Multiple types of randomization and easy preset browsing are great for inspiration and sound modification

  • Easy to automate, user-friendly controls. No prior synthesis experience needed, but synth enthusiasts will also be inspired by the simple-yet-powerful interface

  • Inspired by popular Eurorack modules: bridge the gap between the sounds of modular and your DAW production

  • Complex internal modulation (LFOs + Macros)

  • Easy-to-use MIDI learn on all parameters

  • Complex MIDI mappings include velocity and polyphonic aftertouch

  • 2500 presets combined: jumpstart your production with unique sounds

  • Inspired by hardware: parameters are designed to be automated so you can transform your sounds on the fly

  • AAX, AU, VST® 

Plugin Bundle 1 includes

Basimilus Iteritas: Analog-inspired additive + FM synthesis algorithms

Cursus Vereor: spectral synth based on unique sound generation algorithms

Desmodus: an unusual reverb architecture designed for infinite feedback and eternal atmospheres with three reverb modes: clean, distorted, and pitch-shifting shimmer

 

Manuals

System Requirements

 

64-bit only
Windows Windows 10+
Mac MacOS 10.14+; Intel and M1 Native

Processor information: 

Our Intel compatible plugins require the SSE4.1 instruction set. 
This was added in the Intel 45nm Penryn architecture in 2007. 
Compatible AMD processors are Bulldozer, Piledriver, Steamroller and Ryzen families. 
In the Macverse any Mac built after 2010 should have the required instructions.

This is a minimum required specification. 

For optimal experience we recommend Intel's Haswell or later and AMD's Ryzen family. 
We also recommend Apple's desktop CPUs (M1 and friends).

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  • “Are you saying I can play chords with BIA (personal favorite voice ever)? Yes. You get polyphony. It’s awesome. I also like the random button to start fresh with, probably some settings I wouldn’t find myself. Very inspiring.”

  • Arthur Hnatek (Tigran Hamasyan, Erik Truffaz Quartet)

  • “A sound designer’s dream. NE’s plugins bring the experimental environment of modular synthesis and Eurorack effects ‘in the box’. The audio quality is excellent. If you’ve been wanting to explore what the world of Eurorack is all about, Noise Engineering should be your first port of call.”

  • Danielle Thwaites (Daiza)

  • “I was more than pleasantly surprised by the arrival of these plugin versions, they sound absolutely authentic to the originals and I really like the clear and minimal design of the GUI. Now when I need that extra BIA or five for my compositions I will certainly harness the power of these great plugins!”

  • Daniel Miller (Mute Records)

  • “Noise Engineering’s new plugin bundle is amazingly versatile and covers a ton of sonic ground. Being able to add the spatially reverberant power of Desmodus on other virtual instruments is astonishing.”

  • Sofia Hultquist (Drum & Lace)

  • “Noise Engineering’s Eurorack modules have been some of my favorite tools for a number of years. To be able to take the signature NE sound with the freedom and versatility that a plugin affords (hello polyphony!) is truly inspirational. Beautifully brutal.”

  • Matt Lange

  • “The plugins sound amazing. The Basimilus is so punchy, and the default preset is killer! It will make for an amazing tuned kick drum that can change pitch with the chords of the song. It will also give a million new ideas for my hardware version.”

  • Michael Bradford

  • “Basimilus Iteritas and Cursus Vereor give you endless possibilities of creating so many different types of sounds from metallic to otherworldly, and their simple layouts make it easy to make an interesting sound right away.”

  • Lauren Kop (MiniBear)

  • “As someone who is drawn to the guttural and gritty sounds of Noise Engineering’s modules, but who came up using computers to create music, these plugins are a dream come true! They take every aspect of the physical modules (including the quality of sound) and put it into an easy-to-use digital version.”

  • Elana Belle Carroll (Party Nails)

  • “The Desmodus plugin has quickly become my go-to reverb/delay for creating interesting textures. The shift mode introduces beautiful harmonics to anything I slap it on, be it a piano, a guitar, or a string section. It’s one of the plugins that has the most character in my arsenal.”

  • René G. Boscio

  • “The Noise Engineering plugins are a great way to get the sonic palette of their modules in a convenient recallable DAW-friendly format, and also a great way to get a taste for their sound without a Eurorack chassis. Both formats are a permanent fixture in my setup that I use on almost every production. Highly recommended…”

  • Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Delirium; Producer, Fear Factory and more)

  • “The Desmodus module stole my heart earlier this year, and being able to use that on my voice is a dream. This is easily my favorite plugin – I put it on EVERYTHING!”

  • Tiff Randol (IAMEVE)

  • “I’ve always loved the Noise Engineering sound, so naturally wanting to work in polyphony with that sound was something I always greatly desired. Now it’s easier than ever to have the NE sound in polyphony with as many voices as you have fingers or until you max your CPU"

  • Tom Hall, Cycling ’74, Errorgrid

  • “As someone who’s been a longtime user of NE modules, I am blown away by what they have achieved in the plugin space. I’ve never heard any other plugin come as close to the grit and depth of modular quite like this. I think these are really amazing tools.”

  • Tori Letzler (TINYKVT)

  • “Everything I own by Noise Engineering is inspirational to me. I love the lateral “out of the box” thinking that has gone into designing these instruments and am supremely excited by the advent of the NE plugins; now I can have my favourite modules in my laptop. These are exciting times.”

  • Rik Simpson/Rikademus (Producer, Coldplay, Jay-Z, and more)

“Are you saying I can play chords with BIA (personal favorite voice ever)? Yes. You get polyphony. It’s awesome. I also like the random button to start fresh with, probably some settings I wouldn’t find myself. Very inspiring.”

Arthur Hnatek (Tigran Hamasyan, Erik Truffaz Quartet)

“A sound designer’s dream. NE’s plugins bring the experimental environment of modular synthesis and Eurorack effects ‘in the box’. The audio quality is excellent. If you’ve been wanting to explore what the world of Eurorack is all about, Noise Engineering should be your first port of call.”

Danielle Thwaites (Daiza)

“I was more than pleasantly surprised by the arrival of these plugin versions, they sound absolutely authentic to the originals and I really like the clear and minimal design of the GUI. Now when I need that extra BIA or five for my compositions I will certainly harness the power of these great plugins!”

Daniel Miller (Mute Records)

“Noise Engineering’s new plugin bundle is amazingly versatile and covers a ton of sonic ground. Being able to add the spatially reverberant power of Desmodus on other virtual instruments is astonishing.”

Sofia Hultquist (Drum & Lace)

“Noise Engineering’s Eurorack modules have been some of my favorite tools for a number of years. To be able to take the signature NE sound with the freedom and versatility that a plugin affords (hello polyphony!) is truly inspirational. Beautifully brutal.”

Matt Lange

“The plugins sound amazing. The Basimilus is so punchy, and the default preset is killer! It will make for an amazing tuned kick drum that can change pitch with the chords of the song. It will also give a million new ideas for my hardware version.”

Michael Bradford

“Basimilus Iteritas and Cursus Vereor give you endless possibilities of creating so many different types of sounds from metallic to otherworldly, and their simple layouts make it easy to make an interesting sound right away.”

Lauren Kop (MiniBear)

“As someone who is drawn to the guttural and gritty sounds of Noise Engineering’s modules, but who came up using computers to create music, these plugins are a dream come true! They take every aspect of the physical modules (including the quality of sound) and put it into an easy-to-use digital version.”

Elana Belle Carroll (Party Nails)

“The Desmodus plugin has quickly become my go-to reverb/delay for creating interesting textures. The shift mode introduces beautiful harmonics to anything I slap it on, be it a piano, a guitar, or a string section. It’s one of the plugins that has the most character in my arsenal.”

René G. Boscio

“The Noise Engineering plugins are a great way to get the sonic palette of their modules in a convenient recallable DAW-friendly format, and also a great way to get a taste for their sound without a Eurorack chassis. Both formats are a permanent fixture in my setup that I use on almost every production. Highly recommended…”

Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Delirium; Producer, Fear Factory and more)

“The Desmodus module stole my heart earlier this year, and being able to use that on my voice is a dream. This is easily my favorite plugin – I put it on EVERYTHING!”

Tiff Randol (IAMEVE)

“I’ve always loved the Noise Engineering sound, so naturally wanting to work in polyphony with that sound was something I always greatly desired. Now it’s easier than ever to have the NE sound in polyphony with as many voices as you have fingers or until you max your CPU"

Tom Hall, Cycling ’74, Errorgrid

“As someone who’s been a longtime user of NE modules, I am blown away by what they have achieved in the plugin space. I’ve never heard any other plugin come as close to the grit and depth of modular quite like this. I think these are really amazing tools.”

Tori Letzler (TINYKVT)

“Everything I own by Noise Engineering is inspirational to me. I love the lateral “out of the box” thinking that has gone into designing these instruments and am supremely excited by the advent of the NE plugins; now I can have my favourite modules in my laptop. These are exciting times.”

Rik Simpson/Rikademus (Producer, Coldplay, Jay-Z, and more)

sounds for your earholes

Kick Groove
Kick pattern 1
Percussion 2
Toms
Glitchy gnarl
Snare build
Soft synth 2
Slide bass
Lofi
Accordion
Large space
Shift regen
Verb ducking