Glitch 2 by Illformed – Now also for OS X & Linux

One of my favourite plug-ins when I was still producing on a Windows machine was dblue Glitch. Now the plug-in has been revamped and is also available for Mac OS X and even Linux. In 32- and 64-bit. It's no longer free, but Glitch 2 comes packed with new features.



  • 128 scenes per program that can be triggered via MIDI notes
  • unique sequencer pattern, timing and effect settings for each scene
  • multi-lane sequencer for the use of multiple simultaneous effects
  • improved timing sequencer
  • intuitive pattern editor with drag & drop


  • 9 effect modules: Modulator, Tape stop, Retrigger, Reverse, Stretcher, Lofi, Distortion, Gater, Delay
  • easily selectable tempo synchronicity in effects
  • filter, mix, pan, and volume controls on each module to fine tune
  • Mutate for minor variations or Randomize almost everywhere possible

Glitch 2 is available for EUR 49.95 (plus VAT), for which you will receive all updates for free and you can use the plug-in unlimited on all platforms. A demo version is also available, which is not limited in time, but no settings are stored and it periodically adds some noise.

Here you can download the demo version or purchase Glitch 2.

By |2017-02-02T20:19:12+00:00August 12th, 2013|Apps, Controllers & Plug-Ins|2 Comments

About the Author:

Madeleine Bloom is a musician, producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer from Berlin. She studied Electroacoustic Music at the Franz Liszt Conservatory. In the last few years she's worked as a technical support for Ableton and has helped countless people with her in-depth knowledge of Ableton Live, various other music apps as well as audio engineering.


  1. Chris Becker September 11, 2017 at 01:40 - Reply

    Can I use this program to make creative music for my review videos? Does it have electric guitar notes?

    • Madeleine Bloom September 11, 2017 at 10:21 - Reply

      This is a plug-in to affect sound which can only be used with music software like Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic etc, not on its own.

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