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ChowDSP Updates BYOD With New Additions

ChowDSP have updated BYOD with a number of new features. BYOD is still available as a FREE download with various in-app purchases available for various packs to add more “specialised” guitar effects, including circuit emulations from classic and rare guitar amplifiers.

What’s new in version 1.1.3

  • Added “Muff Clipper” module.
  • Added “Smoothing” parameter for “Muff Drive” module.
  • Added new factory presets.
  • Added option to skip parameter tree refreshes for AUv3 hosts. (Necessary for working around GarageBand bug)

Build-Your-Own-Distortion (BYOD) is an audio plugin that allows the user to create custom guitar effects, with a focus on guitar distortion. The plugin contains emulations of guitar distortion and tone-shaping circuits from various, along with a handful of other useful effects.

The packs (via in-app purchases).

Kiwi Pack

The Kiwi Pack contains virtual analog emulations of circuits from some rare and unique New Zealand valve amplifiers, including the Jansen Bassman and Fountain Mustang.

Boutique Pack

The Boutique Pack contains emulations of circuits from classic boutique amplifiers, including the Dumble ODS, Jim Kelley Amplifier, Fender 5E3 Deluxe, and a custom-built bass amplifier.

Canuck Pack

The Canuck Pack contains emulations of circuits from classic Canadian-made amplifiers, including the Garnet Herzog and Traynor Reverbmaster.

BYOD is available to PC, Mac, iOS and Linux users.

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