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What is Noize?
Producer Jamie Boyle from Sweden won denise’s 2018 plugin contest. Based on his idea, denise created an adaptive noise generation plugin that takes noise generation to the next level (watch mini documentary). Noise is a secret weapon used by many professional producers to enhance and flavour their tracks: for example by making digital samples and synths sound more natural, adding grit and power to bass-synths, leads and paths, and adding character and sustain to drums and beats. It turned out a huge success and almost a year later, after gaining lots of users and feedback, denise now introduces the Noize 2.0.
What is Noize 2?
The Noize 2.0 introduces three new noise types and the option to load and edit your own noise profiles – features that have often been requested by the community. When denise actually tested the plugin, it turned out even more creative and versatile than they could anticipate. For example, they found out using a reversed vocal sample on drums and rhythmical synths has a surprisingly great effect.
A switch to generate noise that adapts to the volume of your track, in real time.
Load and edit your own noise samples.
Choose between 8 types of noise and apply additional filtering.
Mute the original audio to isolate the noise signal and apply additional effects.
Optimize the behaviour of the noise by tweaking the rise and fall time.
Additional plugins that compliment the Noize: Bite and Space Invader.
Low CPU load.
How do you use Noize 2?
There are many ways to use adaptive noise to enhance your tracks. Working strictly in-the-box, you can use Noize 2.0 to add power and aggressiveness to tight bass-lines, add analog flavour to pads, lead-synths and percussion loops, create vintage sounding vocal parts and manipulate the attack and sustain of any element in you mix. If you are working on studio recordings instead, you can use Noize 2.0 to add width and depth to cleaned-up drum and percussion parts, add rome-tone from scratch and enhance the presence of guitars, strings and vocals
Noize 2.0 makes this all very easy. Load Noize 2.0 on a track, and mix in your favourite kind of noise with the adaptive mode turned on. You can then use the rise, fall, hpf, lpf and stereo features to tweak the behaviour and flavour of the adaptive noise. Using custom samples and combining the Noize 2.0 with additional effects, such as bit crushing, flanging, tap-delay and reverb, gives you many more ways of adding a creative touch to your music. To facilitate this, Noize 2.0 has a solo option that mutes the source signal so you can route the generated adaptive noise signal to an effects bus for adding any effects you like.
The real question is: when NOT to use noise.