Published on Nov 2, 2016

"From 'Otopst' by Op top stop

8 layered tracks of a Ploytec PL2, Plogue Chipcrusher, and a bunch of LFOs..."

Circuit bent Speak & Spell vs Plogue chipspeech

Published on Aug 3, 2015 Plogue Art et Technologie, Inc.

"The next version of chipspeech (free for any current users) will include the official Speak & Spell vocabulary files. For this occasion we've decided to do a comparison between our own 'bent' S&S and chipspeech's emulated TMS5XXX engine.

The output is post-processed with chipcrusher's S&S impulse and a slight bit of verb was added to

Plogue chipspeech + chipsounds + Renoise

Published on Jan 16, 2015 Plogue Art et Technologie, Inc.

"strayboom on KVR provided the Renoise project he used for his contribution to chipspeech AUTOMATE SONGS .01

I just made a video render of it and tweaked a few voice settings to give you a glimpse of some of the stuff you can do. We know its not a demo, but please bear with us for some more


Original song:

1975: The first speech synthesizer IC was born. [To Return in 2015 with Plogue's Chipspeech Project]

Published on Jan 12, 2015 Plogue Art et Technologie, Inc.

"In 1974/1975 Dr. Forrest S. Mozer licensed his unique voice compression technology to Telesensory Systems, Inc. (TSI).

Encoding words was a very complex and time consuming process. Something only he and a few of his colleagues could do. Most of the TSI/Digitalker-using consumer devices of the late 70's and early 80's used Dr Mozer's

Linnstrument with chipspeech

Published on Dec 15, 2014 PatchArena

"The first few days with the Linnstrument have been very fun! Here is a quick excerpt of the Linnstrument playing Plogue chipspeech. The amount of expression and control is amazing. It is really intuitive to create natural sounding vibratos.



LAST Run of NES Carts from Ninstrument & Modifying Your NES for Modular Control

via Ninstrument

"These are just getting too time consuming to make, so it’s time for one last run. In this last round I have included special carts that have a cool new ROM from David over at PLOGUE called livenes. It allows direct control over the registers in the APU directly. Scroll down to the end of the page to get directions on how to modify your NES gamepad so you can control it

Plogue Releases New ROM for the NES & Ninstrument Modular CV Integration

livenes from Plogue controlled via Eurorack Modular Published on Sep 23, 2014

"Plogue has released a great little ROM for the NES. It allows direct access to the registers in the APU (Audio processing Unit). In this vid I show an NES being controlled by a eurorack modular synthesizer. Big props goes out to David over at Plogue. More info available at their site.


Plogue chipspeech - live MIDI test with a friend

Published on Aug 8, 2014 The Plogue Channel

"Eric Shaw of gave us a little visit today.
He had the opportunity to give chipspeech a spin.
Here are a few voice grooves he made...."

Plogue chipspeech teaser

Published on Jul 18, 2014 The Plogue Channel

"We are proud to announce the third member in Plogue's 'chip' series, Plogue chipspeech.
A faithful software emulation of all major classic speech synthesis chips of the early 1980s, and a few surprises.

Its a synthesizer, not a Vocoder.
This video contains only a fraction of the hardware created/dissected for the creation of this instrument.

Plogue chipcrusher: Advanced Bitcrusher, Speaker Simulator and more! | Effect Plugin

Published on Jun 4, 2013 wwwPLOGUEcom·12 videos

"chipcrusher is an advanced bitcrusher, a speaker simulator and noise machine. It's an audio effect which plays back input audio through a simulation of early lofi digital audio codecs (DAC Encoding), adds grit (Background Noise), and outputs through a selection of speaker and filter impulse responses (Post-Processing).

It can work as a VST/AU/

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