Started by LPChip, February 01, 2006, 14:15:00
QuoteSir Elliot's 1977 Preamplifier is aimed for those who master music that would like a rich tone with a touch of character. The 1977 Preamplifier performs superb on Jazz & Dance music that sounds too flat. This Preamplifier was designed on a 192 kHz platform to take full advantage of high sample rates ranging from 88.2 to 192 kHz however, will function fine on low sample rates such as 48 & 44.1 kHz.
QuoteA new and improved interface with reverb and compression, this new effect plugin is again designed primarily for drums, but can be used also for tracking any audio source. Tested mainly in Windows 7 64bit, in my testing I used Soundforge to put it through its paces and it only used on average 1% of the cpu core. Tested in win7 64/32bit XP 32 bit.
QuoteThis is an emulation of an Dallas Rangemaster with added controls for tweaking or for use as a full-range booster, an overdrive, and more. It runs in mono or stereo, and has 2x oversampling (always on).The Rangemaster was a Germanium transistor treble boost developed in the 1960s. It and similar effects have been used by Eric Claption, Brian May, and many more great guitarists. It's most often used to drive a distorted tube amp into more distortion, while boosting the upper-mids for a screaming lead sound.Coded in C++, using VST SDK 2.4 and VSTGUI 4.0.
QuoteThe Anvil is a digital emulation of a three channels tube preamplifier for guitar. It has been developed to accurately model its real hardware counterpart, designed by Andy Zeugs.
QuoteTB EZQ is a zero-latency, VST implementation of the work by Andrew Sabin and Bryan Pardo from the interactive audio lab at Northwestern University, IL, USA. They developed a method to automatically map common equalization manipulations involving multiple equalizer controls onto descriptive terms such as 'warm', 'dark' and 'bright'. These descriptive labels can subsequently be placed onto a 2-dimensional space, in which each point represents a certain amount of 'warmth', 'darkness', and 'brightness'. More information can be found in their paper.TB EZQ consists of a static implementation of their results with fixed descriptors. With this plugin, common equalization tasks to manipulate warmth or brightness can be performed much more efficient than with common equalizers involving many controls that require manipulation.
QuotePitch shifter / delay / phaser / chorus... according TO your settings! Don't hesitate to tweak all parameters, Red Shift 2 will TAKE YOU BY SURPRISE... For SUBTLE FX OR SMASHED UP SOUNDS . YOU Choose...