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Audio Damage AD056 Replicant 3 v3.0.6 LiNUX WiN macOS-ohsie screenshot
ohsie | 22 May 2023 | 54 MB
Replicant 3 is the latest version of our popular Replicant series, which began with the release of the original Replicant in 2007. With its intuitive interface and powerful sound design capabilities, this innovative tool empowers you to enhance your audio creations and bring your artistic vision to life.

Replicant 3 offers a wide range of features that allow you to manipulate audio in exciting new ways. You can use the built-in sequencer to create custom rhythmic patterns that let you you loop, reverse, and re-slice audio in real-time, while applying delay, filter, panning, ring modulation, and bit-crushing effects.

From dance music to hip hop to experimental to IDM, Replicant is perfect for taking your audio creations to new realms. With its powerful features and intuitive interface, you can create complex rhythmic patterns, glitch effects, and intricate textures. Try Replicant 3 today and you might be amazed at the new possibilities that this innovative tool opens up for your music production and sound design.


- Rewritten from bare metal to take advantage of advances in DSP since the original was released.
- Replicant 3 includes an all-new, easier-to-understand GUI.
- REPLICATOR engine now has arbitrary number of steps, from 3 to 16 per measure, and SIZE control has multiple size modes, from dotted notes through to nontuplets
- Along with the original STUTTER slice effect, Replicant 3 acquires DELAY, REDUKT, and RINGMOD slice effects.
- Event FX now includes ENVELOPE feature, for cross-fading slices.
- Manual trigger (for touchscreens) and MIDI trigger for full non-sequenced control of the slicing engine. 
- Our new-style preset manager, featuring XML-based cross-platform/format presets.

Windows 10 or newer and a 64-bit DAW.

CLAP, VST3, AAX, AudioUnit
Universal Binary 2 for Intel/M1 macOS 10.13 or newer and a 64-bit DAW.

AUv3 64-bit
iOS 11 or newer and a separate purchase in the iOS App Store.

Ubuntu 22 or later and a 64-bit DAW

All credits go to ohsie88 for the release

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  Member 10.05.2021 91
You are our hero.
  Member 28.11.2021 55
Thanks for these Audio Damage drops. I got to say, I'm a happy (or maybe not so happy) Audio Damage Customer.

What do I know? I only bought about 20-30 Audio Damage plugins. Ok, some of them I bought second-hand, some of them I bought on BF deals. I didn't even give a shit when they decided to just give away all those old plugins they couldn't be bothered updating (technical debt too, I grant you)...

More the merrier, right? I mean, what website are we on? C'mon...

But after spending so much on their stuff over the years (20 plugins at least X average of 50 dollars a pop = ???) I thought it might be nice to get a reply to support email after whoooo... was 6 months, then became a year, then became a couple of years now... all because I need to prove authorisation for plugins I bought a while back, sometimes from version 1, but maybe version 2, if there was a free or cheap upgrade to v 3.

I mean, I'm a fully paying customer right? I might 'try before I buy' with other devs, but with AD I'm straight down the line. Sucker.

Anyway, thanks for these. I'm still upgrading and buying the things I can. This absolves my conscience. AD did kind of update their website but even then things get lost.

Chris really treats his customers like shit, and so what if he was too lazy (Adam as well) to bother with 'protection'. I don't know how many plugins I bought, but it was between 20-30 from AD. And even if I did buy some second-hand or buy some in BF deals, I still bought a decent amount of them for the going price. At the time.

Anyway, AD is what AD is. This isn't even a criticism of them (that hasn't been said before elsewhere). LOL.

This is more of a thanks to the OP for providing access to the tools I already bought, that I already tried to pay MORE money for to upgrade, but I couldn't.

I wouldn't have bought a couple of dozen plugins from this dev if they were shite. They aren't. They are top notch most the time. They do things like Automaton and Ronin that are just next level. But they need to look after their paying customers more. This is an argument for anyone who says this site does not provide a valuable resource. They do. They provide access to plugins people have already bought, but AD have lost the credentials to on their website (so they can't access them anymore), and plugins that people tried to give money to AD for, but because of their technical fuck-ups, they couldn't.

As I said, I'll be paying for any upgrades I get, as long as AD will allow me to do that on their website. I'm gonna pay them hard cash. And all the other updates I can't upgrade anymore, because you don't reply to my emails, well, I guess I got a free copy here and you just lost 20 bucks!

It's how you want to do business? Fine.

I don't even want to think about how much 20 odd plugins X £50 each is over a period of years. Because that was the average price, if not more. I got my money's worth.

Thanks again to ohsie88.
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  Resident 8.06.2021 616
Well said. You're not the only one downloading bought plugins here. I do it with Kilohearts and Waves, for different reasons. I think some devs would be shocked just how much so-called "pirxtes" actually contribute to the plugin scene, and overall computer-music scene. You make a fine case for why you do it.
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