Kush Pusher v.1.0.9 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 22-12-2015
Kush Pusher v.1.0.9 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
I didn't design Pusher to handle any specific task or fix any specific problem. I just wanted a plugin that let me texturize sounds by adding unexpected energies and overtones, in a GUI that pretty much forces me to improvise and explore.

I've gotten Pusher to make drums sound like crushing gravel, a direct guitar to sound like a vintage fuzzbox, and a human voice to sound like an alien spectre. From classic to bizarre, I keep finding new ways to distort sounds with Pusher. 

That said, as often as not I instantiate this plugin just to access the diode limiter and use its distinct snap to get things popping more to the front of the mix while taking less space. It has the distinctive 'thump' of my favorite hardware diode limiters, and like the UBK-1 it injects a ton of vibe into ordinary sounds.

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