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Timemachine
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Timemachine - Vintage sampler simulator
Timemachine is vintage sampler simulator.

TimeMachine is a VST plugin that provides accurate reproduction of the characteristic sound of vintage samplers, such as the Commodore 64, or older Akai samplers. The (virtual) sampling rate can be varied, as well as the number of bits used for digital representation. furthermore, aliasing distortion can be generated individually for AD and DA conversion.

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Jan 25 2020
  Daniel
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  ?  / 5
How do you install it on Mac version?

Dec 05 2019
  Ike
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  4  / 5
I wish there was a 64bit version. Miss this gem!

Nov 30 2019
  Abran DRozario
VST
  5  / 5
It works on my audacity. But it seems I am simulating a Vintage sampler but I can hear a fake but knockoff Chinese toy audio prematurely.

Sept 25 2018
  Jake
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  ?  / 5
Very cool! But don't over do it!

May 09 2018
  Josh
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  5  / 5
Fantastic sound, once you master the techniques with Timemachine you can get real freaky easily.

Feb 11 2018
  functionform
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  5  / 5
Just used this for 80s style sound. Degraded my synths perfectly.
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Feb 02 2018
  Jacob
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  0  / 5
Actually redact my last comment. I spent the time working out what values I would need to paste into the parameters in order to use a specific sampling rate, only to discover that the GUI is misleading. It appears to snap to equal divisions of 44100, like 22050, and the number shown for the sample rate is just for show. Either this is a bug or it's just plain lying.

Jan 13 2016
  Analog Noise
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  5  / 5
This must be (one of) the best and smoothest bitcrushers out there. Commodore sounds or AKAI S1000ish sampling. One of my rigs are a retro electronica setup and this fits right in. Work with win xp too.

Aug 01 2014
  Mr Analogue
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  5  / 5
Fantastic emulation. even for other well known vintage equipment, once your get the specs online you truly go back into time... well done!