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Nimble Kick

Kick sampler plugin typically used for Hardstyle. · By Nimble Tools

Artifacts in time machine and time machine 2 Locked

A topic by Jmlsweden created 30 days ago Views: 102 Replies: 6
This topic was locked by Nimble Tools 25 days ago

This issue was solved in the 1.0.1 update. If you have any more feedback on the algorithm, you should open a new thread.

Thanks for the report!

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Thanks for this awesome plugin!

But I get some artifacts in time machine and time machine 2 when pitching to certain notes. Not at all in Timefactor (mono), it sounds amazing.

Sounds a bit wobbly in the midlow-low end (but only on certain notes as I said before).

Any ideas?

Currently I don’t have a solution for this, but I’m definitely going to be tweaking the algorithms a little bit with the upcoming updates. (I have a few things on the todo list for upcoming updates that should improve it quite a bit!)

A thing to note also is that these artifacts also highly depend on the sample you’re using and how the sample sounds. Perhaps stemming from the root note which your sample is in, but I haven’t confirmed that yet.

Awesome, Looking forward!

Yeah, some samples works fine and some not.

But I don’t experience this problem with any other vst or software I’ve tried.

Either way, I’m sure this will be fixed later on! And I’m also sure this will become the new standard within the hardstyle-producing community.

Thanks again!

Well, it's because of the algorithm. You likely get the same "wobbliness" in Kontakt's version of Time Machine as well.

No, it works in kontakt.

Some algorithms doesn’t seem to like me haha

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Hmm, okay. So there was a bug with the algorithm! I've fixed it for 1.0.1. It sounds a lot better now.

1.0.1 is out now and should fix this issue! You can find the full changelog here: https://nimble.itch.io/kick/devlog/101650/first-update

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