Started by LPChip, February 01, 2006, 14:15:00
QuoteREFLEX free is capable of generating huge spaces, short rooms, or chorus like modulations through a cascade of regenerating delays. It's sound is a mixture of straight stereo delays followed by a dense cloud of reflections. It achieves a huge and spacey wideness with a decent amount of the two modulation sources.
QuoteThe SL-1 was designed to tame Brass Instruments under live sound reinforcement environments. It will however easily adapt to the recording market.The SL-1 is more suited for Brass Instruments or female vocals that fall within the Alto range.Offering a soft limiting technology, distortion is minimised which makes it superb for Jazz & Salsa music.
QuotePink VST is a free amp simulation effect for guitars, featuring 10 shaping options and an optional second gain stage. The zip includes mono and stereo versions.
QuoteBassPlus is an enhancer for low frequencies. Intended for drums, but works on other signals too of course. It's not a fixed EQ, but has a detector for lower frequencies and enhances them and/or adds a new subtone to it.Adjusting the amount of bass frequencies as well as the extra bass volume and frequency is quick and easy, the plugin can even be used in the end mix.
QuoteRedAmption is a versatile and powerful compressor suited for many different tasks. It is designed to respond as a analog compressor would do. It also has four saturation/ distortion modes.
QuoteThe FreeST Real Rotor VST rotary speaker effect replicates the sound of a mic'd up, valve-type, bass-plus-horns rotary speaker cabinet, as typically used with an old Hammond organ. It's a development of my original Real Rotor effect, which was integrated into the FreeST VSTX3 virtual organ. Not only does this new version have improvements over the original, it's also the first time the rotary has been available in its own right, not as part of an instrument. So now the Real Rotor can be used with any VST organ, and indeed any other instruments you feel it would suit.
QuoteChannelTools is a freeware VST plug-in to perform various tasks, primarily to control and analyze the levels of signals and to check and modify the stereo image.
QuoteAnSpec is an analog-style third-octave spectrum analyzer plug-in for professional music production applications. It was designed to be a handy visual feedback tool for those who like smoothness and easiness of use of analog analyzers. AnSpec also provides peak level indication.While there are no adjustable parameters available in this plug-in, you can still change level meter ballistics and resize plug-in's window.
QuoteThese are highly individual, but extremely musical freeware devices which have the sonic aura of a classic vintage stomp box range.Among the first batch are some offbeat and interesting units including an analogue delay, a very cool guitar amp simulator (also brilliant for bass or clonewheel organ), a sophisticated 'dimension'-style symphonic chorus, a cyclic filter and a standalone vibrato.
QuotePhazor is a free effect plugin, which emulates the phaser effect found in the Virus synthesizers, which helped make its characteristic sound. A lot of time was devoted to make it sound very close to the original and every control has been carefully adjusted to behave just like the phaser from the Virus.It has selectable 1 to 6 stage all-pass filters controlled by an LFO, with spread and feedback controls. The plugin is highly optimized and its CPU usage is minimal, allowing for multiple instances to be used in a project.
QuoteWhilst experimenting with writing a VST synthesizer plugin, I found I needed an oscilloscope whose behaviour I understood. The synth plugin has not yet made it to a state where I feel it's worth releasing, but I think the oscilloscope may be useful to someone.I've tried to make it fairly similar to a real oscilloscope, although the fact that the waveform is fed to it in bursts which don't necessarily synchronise with the computer's display refresh rate or with the oscilloscope's sweep rate makes it hard to accurately model a real screen.
QuotebasiQ is an acronym for Baxandall Simulation Equalizer, a FREE 3-band equalizer plugin with photorealistic graphics from Kuassa, Inc. As the name implies, the engine are modeled after a design of classic baxandall equalizer well known for its smooth shelves and natural-sounding responses, similar to the tone control on a hi-fi systems. The simple controls allow you to shape the frequency from many sources to your needs, from opening up an air on guitar leads, adding a gentle shimmer on vocals, giving extra 'oomph' on your synth basslines, or even getting more presence from your masters.This straightforward equalizer are well-suited for mixing or mastering purpose although the neutral characteristic of basiQ are more suitable as a 'sweetening' device or giving some transparent 'tilt' to your mix rather than a surgical device, best paired on master output with Kratos Maximizer, another audio processing plugin from Kuassa, Inc.
QuoteModulator does what it says on the tin, it uses an LFO which can then be used to create many modulation style effects such as Flangers, Phasers, Ring Modulators etc... The LFO can also be swapped for an Envelope follower which will use the incoming sound level as the modulation source in various ways.