From liquid analogue filtering to complex “how did they do that?” transformations, Infiltrator turns simple sounds into works of art.
Generate random patterns, euclidean rhythms, apply swing, and pitch snapping.
Apply custom combinations of effects across time to create exciting patterns.
EffectsChoose ten modules from a huge choice of effects. Infiltrator’s range of analogue filters have been modelled from revered hardware and sound great when modulated. Styles include Ladder, Model-20, 101 and Clean styles.
Infiltrator also offers top-quality distortion, pitch shifting, FM, delay, reverb, and many more modules. Every slot’s primary control can be modulated by audio input level or using the curve editor, which can be triggered by the input audio, MIDI or a sidechain signal.
Don’t feel like twisting dials? Infiltrator ships with 750 presets, covering a wide range of different genres and sounds. Every preset has its macro controls carefully assigned for expressive control.
With artist banks by: Teddy Killerz Drum and Bass/Dubstep, Venus Theory IDM, Lumberjack House, Reso Drum and Bass/Dubstep, Graphyt Dubstep, Miss Redflower Drum and Bass, Transforma Drum and Bass, Grouch Psy/Dub, Neurodriver Techno/House, Defazed Drum and Bass/Glitch Hop, Xenoben Psy, Pluvio Bass
SequencerPunch in any combination of your 10 effects across the 32-step sequencer. Effects curves can be activated separately or together, and at various speeds if desired. With every effect you’ve dialled in accessible from the sequencer, you can orchestrate anything from a simple combination to an all-out FX firefight.
MacrosMaster your patch and command the energy. Four macro controls can be assigned to any control you find in Infiltrator, letting you control multiple effects or properties to guide their intensity or character of the effect over time. Infiltrator’s 750+ presets also make great use of the Macros to give you simple controls for tuning in the perfect sound.
Once you’ve hooked up your macro controls (or chosen a preset), you can also control them using automation in your DAW to help fit Infiltrator perfectly with the rest of your track
SwingGet off-the-grid without using a calculator – Infiltrator has the best swing implementation you’ll have seen on an LFO. Draw your pattern, set a grid size, and adjust the swing amount. The grid, and your points, will move automatically to match the new swing setting.
RandomiseChoose from eight preset curve shapes or dig into more ready-made patterns. Click the Random button and choose to conjure up a Random Curve shape, a Stepped Curve shape, or a Euclidean rhythm. The random mode uses the grid, pitch-snapping and swing settings
Pitch SnappingSome of Infiltrators effects – like Pitch Shifter, Filters with resonance, and more – can be tuned. Program curves in Pitch Snapping mode and the points you draw will gravitate towards actual musical note values, getting you more musical results. Click the button near the main dial and the main knob will move in semitone steps. The graph can be set to a choice of musical scales.
Pitch Snapping mode is also compatible with the curve Randomizer, helping you to find more musically meaningful shapes in a flash.
Audio and MIDI
Audio and MIDIInfiltrator’s curves can be run like LFOs alongside your DAW’s timeline, or as one-shot envelopes that trigger in the way you choose. Triggering a curve using the audio input level is useful for engineering tasks like applying the same filter to every drum hit; triggering a curve using MIDI gives you precise timing over triggering effect events throughout a track.
Infiltrator’s effects can be activated and deactivated using MIDI notes, making it ideal for live use and an alternative to the Sequencer. Envelopes can also be triggered by MIDI, letting you restart an effects curve with every new note played.
CompressorsThe Squash compressor delivers a biting attack that’ll clamp down on and control your sound. You can make your sound fuller using the Maximizer, whose lookahead won’t let anything get out of control.
Need more? Get in-your-face with the Multiband compressor – we’ve done the hard, algorithmic headscratching so that you don’t have to. Or if glitched noises are your thing, try opening up Overkill and pushing it all the way to max.
OverdrivesYou can turn on the overdrive to add a bit of grit to your filters. The master overdrive can be placed at the start or end of the effects chain.
If you fancy more than just a bit of grit, you can stack up several overdrives in the effects slots, and then finish up with a final stage in the master section. Try the That’s What I Call Drive preset for an extreme example!