- Publisher: Dada Life
- Product: Sausage Fattener
- Version: 1.1.5
- Format: VST/AU
Dada Life Sausage Fattener VST crack just has two handles. In any case, don’t be tricked. With those apparently straightforward parameters you can make heaps of various sounds. Utilize the Dada Life Sausage Fattener VST crack on a solitary channel with moderate settings as a melodic blower. Turn it up and you have a messy knave of bending. Be that as it may, you can likewise utilize the plugin on a transport (for instance all the drums and the bass) or the entire track as an mastering plugin.
The Sausage Fattener VST crack is utilized by Tiësto, Kaskade, Diplo, Laidback Luke, Chuckie, Sebastian Ingrosso, Dirty South, Hardwell, Angger Dimas, Frank E, Zedd, Lazy Rich, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Marcus Schossow, John Dahlbäck and numerous other DJ/makers.
There is no RTAS-rendition accessible.
Simply observe what Laidback Luke thinks about our little creation:
“Since the time I ventured away from Fruity Loops I was searching for a plugin like this. What’s more, you did it. Quickly snared, and cherishing it!”
What about OS X Lion?!?!
Yes, it works.
Is the Sausage Fattener made with SynthEdit or similar program?
Nope, it’s developed by us together with Tailored Noise.
Will you release more plugins?
Yes! This is just the first!
Why a sausage?
We’re always happy with a track when it looks like a fat sausage.
Is this plugin just a gimmick?
You’re talking to us?!?! Hell no. We always have a special chain of effects that we use when creating our tracks. So we let the developers analyze those effects and create the plugin from our settings.
Does it work with Pro Tools?
Right now there’s no RTAS-version. It might work with a converter, but we haven’t had time to play around with it.
Does it work with GarageBand?
The Sausage Fattener should work with all VST/AU-systems.
Why doesn’t it sound beefy on really low level sounds?
You need to pull the gain up until it’s almost red. The Sausage Fattener is a combination of several dynamic effects – and the key is to “drive” the signal as hard as you want – from mild compression to hard distortion.
Does this plugin make my songs so good that I just need to add it – and then I will be a superstar-DJ?
There’s no holy grails when it comes to plugins. You will still need to make good music and know how to tweak your shit. In the end: there are no “magical” plugins – not even if they have an angry sausage in the interface. But it will certainly make your tracks and sounds greasier and fatter.