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LPChip:
Before you do anything, note this: This topic is only about VST Instruments. There is a seperate topic about VST Effects!

Since MODPlug Tracker is able to use VST instruments, people get more into using them. There are sites like kvraudio.com that is dedicated to providing free vst's, as its for payed ones too.

The question is: Have you played with an interesting VST latelly and want to tell everyone about? Then this is the topic to do so.

Here's a little template you can copy to use for your reply.

[b]Name of VST:[/b]
[b]This VST does:[/b]
[b]Quality:[/b]
[b]License of this VST (and costs):[/b]
[b]Link to VST or site:[/b]

explaination:
Name: this one is obvious i think...
What it does: You can enter a short description or function, like: strings, softsynth, soundfont player
Quality: How do you rate the soundquality of the output? (HQ, MQ, LQ, possible specs like 44khz, Mono, etc)
License: Freeware, shareware, buy, etc... (shareware = download for try, buy is only download after payment) and ofcource if there's a price, how much it costs!
Link to VST or site: Provide us with a link where you can download the vst. If its a commercial one you can point the download to their website with price info etc.

List of gathered plugs:
(none so far...)

Blulum:
Name of VST: Synth1
This VST does:Subtractive synthesizer(also can do basic FM).
Quality: Excellent, great sound and low CPU usage
License of this VST (and costs): freeware
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/214.html


Name of VST: Crystal
This VST does:Semi-modular, has 6 LFO's and 6 mod envelopes that can be targetted at just about any of its parameters
Quality: Great sound, CPU usage can get a little high but I've never had stability problems with it or anything
License of this VST (and costs): freeware
Link to VST or site:  http://www.kvraudio.com/get/219.html

Snu:
ah, i wanted to do crystal! ah well

Name of VST: StringZ
This VST does: A physically modeled bowed string ensemble.
Quality: Generates very nice synth strings, and pretty nice acoustic with some reverb added.  Unique sounds, attempts to emulate strings, not a specific string synth.
License of this VST (and costs): Free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/2059.html

tvdude:
Name of VST: Triangle II
This VST Does: Analogue/ Subtractive synth
Quality: Very Good.  This synth is easy to use, and fun to play with.  It's great for beginners, me being one of them.
License of this VST: Freeware
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/203.html

Blulum:
Name of VST: 4front E Piano
This VST does: E piano
Quality: Most people seem to dislike it, my thoughts are mixed. I really like it's midrange sound especially when playing long chords
License of this VST (and costs): free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/674.html

Name of VST: sfz
This VST does: sampler(can use soundfonts)
Quality: Great, it doesn't have many paramaters to tweak, and you have to set it's mode for best effect, but it's the best way to use soundfonts in modplug
License of this VST (and costs): free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/769.html

Name of VST: FreeAlpha
This VST does: subtractive synthesis
Quality: Great oscillators, I'm really not fond of the filters...
License of this VST (and costs): free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/36.html


Name of VST: Ensembler
This VST does: string synth
Quality: I've used it very little but I am already very impressed
License of this VST (and costs): free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/928.html

Name of VST: drumdragon
This VST does: drum synth
Quality: Good
License of this VST (and costs): free
Link to VST or site: http://www.kvraudio.com/get/161.html

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