About the software
As kids of the 1980s, we have always been drawn to the sound of slightly out-of-tune synths, warm tape saturation, gritty samples, and grainy reverbs. So we set out on a mission to capture our favorite decade – and bring it into a new decade.
Using Super VHS will be like sending your sounds back in time, then re-discovering them on a worn-out VHS tape 30 years later. All with the click of a single button, right inside your DAW.
Super VHS will add some lo-fi authenticity to whatever clean sound you run through it — especially as you mix and match the effects. Each effect has just a single control, but multiple parameters under the hood, allowing for a quick workflow and a wide range of results.
The main features of Baby Audio Super VHS are:
- Static noise generated by an internal synthesizer.
- Analog-emulated tape saturator, inspired by consumer-grade tape machines.
- Sample rate reducer inspired by 1980s 8-bit samplers.
- 80s style widening FX inspired by the Juno chorus, but darker and deeper.
- Pitch fluctuation LFO for unpredictable time and pitch shifting.
- ‘Bad hall’ reverb inspired by budget-friendly 1980s rack units.
Baby Audio Super VHS v1.1.2 System Requirements
- Operating System: Mac OS 10.7 and up (including Native M1 Compatibility). PC Windows 7 and up.
How to Download and Install Baby Audio Super VHS v1.1.2
- Click on the download button(s) below and finish downloading the required files. This might take from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on your download speed.
- Extract the downloaded files. If you don’t know how to extract it, see this article. The password to extract will always be: www.mysoftwarefree.com
- Run the “Baby Audio Super VHS v1.1.2.exe” and install the software
- You now have the full version of Baby Audio Super VHS v1.1.2 installed on your PC.