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Title: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on April 06, 2006, 12:47:02 PM
Believe it or not, these are real plugins:

(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_eq.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_reverb.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_driver.jpg)

Downloadable from here: http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/

UPDATE: I've decided to make this a sticky so that it won't inadvertently get buried. Please feel free to add to this growing list.

I've also added soundfonts because these are additional sounds that everyone can use.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 06, 2006, 01:44:27 PM
thanks and what a great find... kulang na lang ilagay yung boss logo..

this is my first post.  

its great that i've found this forum and i'm here to stay and be educated by
your postings KitC.

seems nothing much was happening at the yxxxxxxx forums.....
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 06, 2006, 04:41:43 PM
Thanks, 3650guy! I'm of the opinion that knowledge unshared is the personification of greed.

Other great freeware sites:

http://www.dontcrack.com/freeware/
http://www.voxengo.com/group/freevst/#VoxengoSPANVST

free vst softsynths:

http://www.rocketloop.com/index.php?search_str=&show_cat=&os=&page=1

and a favorite of mine: Dasample Glaceverb (http://www.dasample.com/index.php?show=glaceverb).
(http://www.dasample.com/images/screenshots/glaceverb.jpg)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: starfugger on April 06, 2006, 06:05:44 PM
Kit, do the boss type plugs sound liek real boss units? i love the boss chorus pedal.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 06, 2006, 06:12:34 PM
Quote from: starfugger
Kit, do the boss type plugs sound liek real boss units? i love the boss chorus pedal.


I just discovered the site myself! In any event, I think we'll find differences between hardware and software. Seeing as this is free, I wouldn't exactly say they nailed the sound although a lot of free plugs I've tried come frighteningly close to the hardware they emulate.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 07, 2006, 02:07:41 PM
so my question KitC is,  What is your philosphy on the use of plugins? of course it will depend on the recorded content,  but do you rely on a set of
tried and tested plugins in your arsenal for safety or you do experiment?
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 07, 2006, 04:25:36 PM
I sometimes rely on word of mouth from others who have used a particular plugin. Often I will see links in mags or sites and I will use them if I think I need them.

Do I experiment? A LOT. Time unfortunately prohibits me from indulging in my favorite pastime which is trying out the myriads of analog emulation synthesizers I have already downloaded. It's getting that it can take Cubase a long time to load; I often have to remove stuff that I don't use.

EDIT: typo.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 07, 2006, 11:17:29 PM
so when you launch cubase, all registered plugins are also loaded?  whether
you are starting from scratch or not?  or only if the plugin are associated with
a particular project?   btw i'm not familiar with cubase....  but the time warp funtion is really a great feature.... worth migrating to he he....
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 07, 2006, 11:53:23 PM
Quote from: 3650guy
so when you launch cubase, all registered plugins are also loaded?  whether you are starting from scratch or not? or only if the plugin are associated with a particular project?


Not loaded. More like scanned. It gets worse if you have sample based synths with big libraries. No big trouble, though; Cubase still loads in less than a minute.

The plugin will load only when it is part of a project; sometimes a hassle when I'm loading a big soundset for my EmuX.

Quote from: 3650guy
 btw i'm not familiar with cubase....  but the time warp funtion is really a great feature.... worth migrating to he he....


It's great when you want to match an audio file to a grid... although I've grown rather adept at doing the same (tempo matching) in Sonar.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 08, 2006, 12:58:06 AM
Quote from: KitC

It's great when you want to match an audio file to a grid... although I've grown rather adept at doing the same (tempo matching) in Sonar.


and this would be the trial and error method of drawing  tempo changes per bar right?  so how precise can you draw it?  right down to the downbeat? this should easy when time warping because you just move the line to where you think the downbeats are (waveform) right?.....

anyway this method was shown to me by a friend who used to realign an entire song via the draw tempo method.... when he found out that it was
easier to time warp, boy was he able to do a lot more projects.....  not that i've tried it.... cubase is a whole new ballgame to me..... its a relearning thing
all over again
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 08, 2006, 01:15:09 AM
Quote from: 3650guy

and this would be the trial and error method of drawing  tempo changes per bar right?  so how precise can you draw it?  right down to the downbeat?


The trick with Sonar is to right click on the wav and use the "Set Snap Offset to Now Time". That's almost the equivalent of the Q hitpoint is Cubase (can't seem to find that in the SL/SX version - it was easy to find in VST 32). I just drag the downbeat to a barline, use snap offset, then insert tempo changes either at each measure or every 2 measures - no trial and error, I can estimate tempo just by looking at the next downbeat in relation to the next barline. I even do decelerandos and accelerandos with this method. You can easily tell if a song was sequenced, you only have to set the tempo once.

The time warp feature in Cubase is almost indispensable if you're beat matching a rubato performance... I've been known to insert tempo changes every 1/16th note. If there's one thing I like about Cubase, is that it's tempo is accurate to 3 decimal places.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 08, 2006, 01:54:53 AM
okay, that was very presumptious of me - and my apologies.  your reply was food for thought....    which i will digest.....
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 08, 2006, 02:04:46 AM
Quote from: 3650guy
okay, that was very presumptious of me - and my apologies.  your reply was food for thought....    which i will digest.....


Accepted, though not really needed. Life's experiences have afforded me a thick skin and I don't bruise easy. (bitemarks, however, are another problem... :wink:  )

Another secret to Sonar? Keybindings. FYI: You can use the same key commands in Sonar with Cubase, you just have to dig a bit in Cubase's preferences. It's one of the reasons I switch easily between the 2 programs.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: skunkyfunk on April 08, 2006, 05:09:45 AM
My Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde works much better.  ;)  As for Reverb and EQ, I am happy enough with TC Works and Waves.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 08, 2006, 11:59:06 AM
Quote from: skunkyfunk
My Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde works much better.  ;)  As for Reverb and EQ, I am happy enough with TC Works and Waves.


Jekyll and Hyde - $139
TC Electronic Powercore PCI - $599 plugins start at $199
TC Works Compressor and Mastering EQ - included in Sonar 2XL package (if you have Sonar 2)
Waves Platinum Native Bundle - $1,599 other waves products are usually in the 4 digit range.

If these work for you, fine. It only tells me you got deep pockets. This thread was meant for Free Plugins that especially work good.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: skunkyfunk on April 10, 2006, 02:46:32 AM
Quote from: KitC
Quote from: skunkyfunk
My Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde works much better.  ;)  As for Reverb and EQ, I am happy enough with TC Works and Waves.


Jekyll and Hyde - $139
TC Electronic Powercore PCI - $599 plugins start at $199
TC Works Compressor and Mastering EQ - included in Sonar 2XL package (if you have Sonar 2)
Waves Platinum Native Bundle - $1,599 other waves products are usually in the 4 digit range.

If these work for you, fine. It only tells me you got deep pockets. This thread was meant for Free Plugins that especially work good.


O tige na po.  Just kidding here.  Got Waves with a card I bought as a special throw-in.  And if you get a Music Tech magazine you normally get a free DVD with a bunch of software.  

Anyway, maybe you like to add this:

http://www.simulanalog.org/guitarsuite.htm
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 10, 2006, 03:39:32 AM
In a recent issue of Computer Music, they gave away Wusikstation V.1 (a $99 download) for 'free' -I had my sis buy that issue in NY nung nalaman ko. Some local magazine stands stock CM, FM and SoS which usually come with CD's/DVDs; FM especially has a habit of including license-free samples.

Those lucky enough to go to Musik Messe, the German Keys magazine recently included a free version of Samplitude with its March 29 edition.

Of course, one of the great repositories of plugins: www.kvraudio.com
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 10, 2006, 01:37:02 PM
Silverspike downloads (http://www.silverspike.com/?Download).

The RubyTube and RoomMachine 844 are recommended and the TapeIt plug is for those who haven't come to grips with in-the-box rendering or their software host doesn't support it.

And who can forget Green Oak's Crystal (http://www.greenoak.com/crystal/)? I've used this one extensively and yet I've only scratched the surface of what it can do.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 10, 2006, 02:03:56 PM
More Free synths (http://www.krakli.co.uk/freesynths.asp). Cygnus has especially been recommended by the guys at KvR.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: 3650guy on April 10, 2006, 02:12:59 PM
thanks and just keep them coming.  we are all the happy recipients of your
'net trawling..


off topic question of the day :
 
who cloned who.  maksim or keith emerson?

if it  doesnt make sense nevermind.  he he
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 10, 2006, 02:37:58 PM
How about  200 mb drumset then? The Natural Studio ns7_kit free (http://naturalstudio.co.uk/ns_kit7freedownload.html). I'm currently using the soundfont version with rgcaudio's sfz free soundfont player (http://www.rgcaudio.com/sfz.htm) - easily bypasses most 'blasters 64 mb ram limitation. I also downloaded the giga version just to see how well EmulatorX can translate the format... maybe later, the sfz version works fine. :D
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: abyssinianson on April 10, 2006, 09:00:36 PM
Quote from: skunkyfunk
Quote from: KitC
Quote from: skunkyfunk
My Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde works much better.  ;)  As for Reverb and EQ, I am happy enough with TC Works and Waves.


Jekyll and Hyde - $139
TC Electronic Powercore PCI - $599 plugins start at $199
TC Works Compressor and Mastering EQ - included in Sonar 2XL package (if you have Sonar 2)
Waves Platinum Native Bundle - $1,599 other waves products are usually in the 4 digit range.

If these work for you, fine. It only tells me you got deep pockets. This thread was meant for Free Plugins that especially work good.


O tige na po.  Just kidding here.  Got Waves with a card I bought as a special throw-in.  And if you get a Music Tech magazine you normally get a free DVD with a bunch of software.  

Anyway, maybe you like to add this:

http://www.simulanalog.org/guitarsuite.htm


Waves Platinum was thrown in with a card? Which card was this? That is one helluva big freebie! If I knew about that I wouldn't have bought my Platinum bundle as a standalone package had I know it would available in a cheaper package.
Title: SSL anyone?
Post by: starfugger on April 16, 2006, 06:36:05 PM
found this while googling about SSL modules, a free SSL plug in!  to download, click on "add to cart", "check out", then "create account", provide the necessary info (sign-up). if this returns an error message you're still good as long as you get the notification email from SSL. repeat the process, this time instead of clicking "create an account" just sign in using the account you created.  click on "confirm order" and voila:

http://www.solid-state-logic.com/resources/lmc1plugin.html
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: skunkyfunk on April 17, 2006, 02:01:18 AM
Quote from: abyssinianson
Quote from: skunkyfunk
Quote from: KitC
Quote from: skunkyfunk
My Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde works much better.  ;)  As for Reverb and EQ, I am happy enough with TC Works and Waves.


Jekyll and Hyde - $139
TC Electronic Powercore PCI - $599 plugins start at $199
TC Works Compressor and Mastering EQ - included in Sonar 2XL package (if you have Sonar 2)
Waves Platinum Native Bundle - $1,599 other waves products are usually in the 4 digit range.

If these work for you, fine. It only tells me you got deep pockets. This thread was meant for Free Plugins that especially work good.


O tige na po.  Just kidding here.  Got Waves with a card I bought as a special throw-in.  And if you get a Music Tech magazine you normally get a free DVD with a bunch of software.  

Anyway, maybe you like to add this:

http://www.simulanalog.org/guitarsuite.htm


Waves Platinum was thrown in with a card? Which card was this? That is one helluva big freebie! If I knew about that I wouldn't have bought my Platinum bundle as a standalone package had I know it would available in a cheaper package.


Abyss,  2nd hand Lexicon card with free Waves Platinum.  Not really a bundle.  Bale package deal.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: mariuo on April 24, 2006, 08:52:46 AM
any rtas? :D
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: BALDO on April 24, 2006, 02:52:21 PM
plugins? fave ko yung waves..
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: abyssinianson on April 24, 2006, 03:57:32 PM
man, if you are talking about what I think you are talking about, you need to leave or keep those things to yourself. there is no bloody way Waves - in any form - is/was/will be legitimately availble for 100 pesos. None, and believe me, I know. I don't condone stealing stuff. period. Besides, this issue of piracy has already been talked about.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 24, 2006, 06:14:49 PM
Quote from: abyssinianson
man, if you are talking about what I think you are talking about, you need to leave or keep those things to yourself. there is no bloody way Waves - in any form - is/was/will be legitimately availble for 100 pesos. None, and believe me, I know. I don't condone stealing stuff. period. Besides, this issue of piracy has already been talked about.


+1

It's one thing to use them, it's even more appalling to brag about it. Besides, Waves has a copy protection scheme that is, in itself, appalling. :wink:  Do you use Waves, abyss? What did you think about PACE?
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on April 24, 2006, 06:34:39 PM
To add more to this thread, these are some of the sets of free plugs that get extensive use in my plugins folder:

Kjaerhaus Audio Classic Series (http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/classic-series.php), here's an example of their auto-filter
(http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/images/classic-auto-filter-tiny.jpg)

and Voxengo's free offerings (http://www.voxengo.com/downloads/). The EssEQ, r8brain, and OldSkoolVerb get used a lot in my arsenal.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: starfugger on April 24, 2006, 11:20:43 PM
Quote from: abyssinianson
there is no bloody way Waves - in any form - is/was/will be legitimately availble for 100 pesos


 :lol:  ever.  mahal ang waves, mas mahal pa sa UA plugs i think.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: abyssinianson on April 25, 2006, 03:40:55 PM
Kit, yeah, I am a hardcore fan of the Waves stuff. I own a Platinum Bundle that I bought about 2 years ago to help me complete some audio editing tasks I was doing for a local museum. I have used the bundle ever since and, although it would be good to have something cheaper, the software works very well and - I think - is the best at what it does. Bar none. For cleaning audio and repairing them, the Waves plugs have helped me work on some very tricky restorations. I worked on some Smithsonian archived audio and those old records were old, very noisy, and had clips all over the place. working with Waves made the task easier because it integrates well with Wavelab (my main audio editor) but it was still a long process of restoring the music to a digital format.

Moreover, I wouldn't really compare UA and Waves plugs simply becausee, even if it is for similar plugs like the analog based EQ models on the UAD-1 and the Waves bundles, all of them sound different. In the long run, you basically keep different EQs and compressors in your plug folder to use on specific tracks because there really isn't a one-for-all EQ, I've found.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: BALDO on April 27, 2006, 11:29:48 AM
just kidding.. i got WAVES2 as a christmas gift hahahah GOT YOU!!!  i got native 1 as a bundle to my AUDIOMEDIA III card. yes you are RIGHT ABYSS.. waves is good and my fave.. but expensive ( yup  starfugger)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 02, 2006, 01:47:31 PM
Not a plugin but still free before it reaches 1.xx status...

Reaper (http://www.cockos.com/reaper/)!  - Rapid Environment for Audio Prototyping and Efficient Recording

(http://www.cockos.com/reaper/images/reaper0931-sm.gif)

Get it while it's free. It looks like Acid and it has support for looping. Supports midi, VST/DXi effects and the so-called Jesusonic effects. Haven't tried it yet but hey, it's free!
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 08, 2006, 03:10:20 PM
Here's another sequencer/vst host that's free for now. Scheduled formal release is this month so get it while it's hot!

Sonicbytes' Phrazor (http://www.sonicbytes.com/phrazor/phrazor.htm)

(http://www.sonicbytes.com/phrazor/gif/thumb_start.gif)  (http://www.sonicbytes.com/phrazor/gif/thumb_mixer.gif) (http://www.sonicbytes.com/phrazor/gif/thumb_roll1.gif)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 14, 2006, 12:10:56 PM
Angular Momentums (http://www.amvst.com/) is a site that regularly gives out free synths and sample loops all for the cost of registering (free) with them. They have the usual 303 clones, analog emulations; their newest offering is a wave table synth. They also have some reasonably priced commercial offerings as well as donationware.

I've tried most of their synths and downloaded a lot of loops from their site already, but I haven't even gotten to 10% of the hundreds (if not thousands) of free loops there! Lots of good, license free material on their site.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 15, 2006, 04:59:11 PM
Free Moog (http://glenstegner.com/softsynths.html) anyone?

(http://glenstegner.com/MinimogueVA.jpg)

Scroll down and he's also giving away an Arp 2600!

(http://glenstegner.com/Arppe2600va.jpg)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: starfugger on May 16, 2006, 09:11:56 AM
for linux and mac osx:

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Ardour is a digital audio workstation. You can use it to record, edit and mix multi-track audio. Produce your own CD's. Mix video soundtracks. Experiment with new ideas about music and sound. Generate sound installations for 12 speaker gallery shows. Have Fun.

Ardour capabilities include: multichannel recording, non-linear, non-destructive region based editing with unlimited undo/redo, full automation support, a mixer whose capabilities rival high end hardware consoles, lots of plugins to warp, shift and shape your music, and controllable from hardware control surfaces at the same time as it syncs to timecode. If you've been looking for a tool similar to ProTools, Nuendo, Cubase SX, Digital Performer, Samplitude or Sequoia, you might have found it.



http://www.ardour.org/
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: BALDO on May 16, 2006, 03:49:15 PM
KitC
how do you control the mogue and the other software? external kybrd or mouse?
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 16, 2006, 05:29:14 PM
Quote from: BALDO
KitC
how do you control the mogue and the other software? external kybrd or mouse?


Both. Sometimes when I'm too lazy to play things live, I draw in notes with my mouse and adjust velocities in the sequencer's piano roll view. When using a controller for this kind of synth, it is preferable that your controller has alternative controls such as assignable knobs and sliders for realtime control of parameters. Midi CC# controls are often involved. Conversely, you can draw in envelopes with a mouse to control and fine tune those same parameters.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: BALDO on May 17, 2006, 11:17:11 AM
THANKS PARENG KITC..
you are indeed a guru of some sort..* bow*.~~~
i will try that moog on my days off.. i hope it is worth it..what do you think of REASON and REBIRTH??
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 17, 2006, 12:45:57 PM
Quote from: BALDO
THANKS PARENG KITC..
you are indeed a guru of some sort..* bow*.~~~
i will try that moog on my days off.. i hope it is worth it..what do you think of REASON and REBIRTH??


Rebirth is already free for download here (http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/). There is absolutely no need to have a cracked copy in your HD for this. Even all the mods for rebirth are available for download as well as submitted songs and the like. Piracy was the reason for Propellerhead to 'retire' Rebirth and there will be no more development. So, to all others who don't support software developers, this is a direct result of your activities. Do the right thing, pay for your software so that we can be assured of continuous development and innovations.

I have the Reason demo. It's ok but it screws up my Cubase VST32 because it takes control of 64 Rewire audio channels!  :shock:  I can't insert vst synths as a result and I can't download the Propellerhead fix for this. Might have to order the full version abroad again. Tsaka na... I just ordered my Sonar 5 upgrade with Project 5 V2 deal.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: BALDO on May 17, 2006, 01:32:53 PM
KITC
thanks again pards.. kasi naririnig ko lang yang Reason at Rebirth dito sa kasama kong latino. maload nga yang rebirth na yan..kaso nde ako masyado sa synth sounds, pang guitar lang ako.. 8)  ..but thanks anyway..
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 17, 2006, 02:25:43 PM
Quote from: BALDO
KITC
thanks again pards.. kasi naririnig ko lang yang Reason at Rebirth dito sa kasama kong latino. maload nga yang rebirth na yan..kaso nde ako masyado sa synth sounds, pang guitar lang ako.. 8)  ..but thanks anyway..


Pre,

Lang anuman. Always a pleasure to help a fellow musician.

Rebirth isn't always about synth sounds. Try loading some of the mods, you will find hiphop sounds, house, pati ata rock! Pero Rebirth is mostly dance-oriented. The problem with Rebirth? Di nya kaya ang odd meters katulad ng 7/8 et al. I think kaya ng Reason pero I honestly never took the time to find out.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: lucy_monostone on May 18, 2006, 04:16:14 AM
Quote from: KitC
Believe it or not, these are real plugins:

(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_eq.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_reverb.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_driver.jpg)

Downloadable from here: http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/




Dude, may alam ka bang VST plug-in na Metalzone, Metalizer or anything na heavy?? and umm.. can these VST plugins (lets say a metalzone vst plugin) really make a clean record of a guitar (plugged directly into the pc using Adobe Audition) the way it actually sounds when you're playing your guitar with real amps and guitar fx?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 18, 2006, 11:08:15 AM
Quote from: lucy_monostone

Dude, may alam ka bang VST plug-in na Metalzone, Metalizer or anything na heavy?? and umm.. can these VST plugins (lets say a metalzone vst plugin) really make a clean record of a guitar (plugged directly into the pc using Adobe Audition) the way it actually sounds when you're playing your guitar with real amps and guitar fx?


First of all, unless Roland/Boss directly makes it or licenses the technology, walang gagawa ng direct copy of the Metalzone due to copyright issues. The soft clone will try to approach the sound as closely as possible; some actually nail the sound but can't use the Metalzone name due to copyright. There are emulators that come close to the sounds you're looking for. Among the best is NI Guitar Rig and Amplitube2. Since I don't play guitars and haven't used either product, I can't comment on their sound save for what I read in reviews. Maybe abyss or Baldo can add their comments.

Secondly, plugging a guitar direct may not give you the tone you want primarily because of impedance mismatching. It would be better to run the guitar thru a DI/preamp with line level outs then connecting those line outputs to the line inputs of your soundcard. Some of the more expensive soundcards include Hi-Z inputs for direct connection of guitars bypassing the need for a preamp.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 20, 2006, 02:34:13 AM
Free Spectral Manipulation Plugin (http://www.rekkerd.org/dtblkfx)!!!

Just hot off the presses a free FFT plugin that can do impressive parametric equalization.

(http://www.soundonsound.com/newspix/dtblkfx.jpg)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: starfugger on May 21, 2006, 07:16:43 PM
hey that looks interesting Kit.  found these a couple of minutes ago. will give it a try in the studio.  


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PhaseTone is a FREE frequency-dependent phase rotation and correction plugin.

PhaseTone allows you to manipulate the phase of your signal across a user-definable frequency range, with options for creating different phase and time-based offsets (if desired) for the left and right channels of a stereo signal.

Similar to hardware boxes popular for correcting phase relationships between signal-pairs such as bass DI and bass mics and top/bottom snare mics, PhaseTone goes a little further.

By allowing the user to select the center frequency and Q of the phase process, PhaseTone allows for more creative manipulation of phase when mixing, producing effects with more EQ like results, increasing clarity and removing mud.

And, best of all, it's free!


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ColorTone is a ?ĺTone Box?Ĺ which simulates the signal path of analog devices through the use of convolution and various proprietary non-linear processes. ColorTone is designed to provide analog-like character and flavor to the modern digital audio workstation.

ColorTone is available in two formats: ColorTone-Pro and ColorTone-Free.

ColorTone-Pro allows the user to load their own samples (instructions for sampling your own equipment are included) and provides the user with our custom-coded Warmth algorithm to enhance the signal-path with extra harmonic goodness.

ColorTone-Free is another free plugin from TriTone Digital.

ColorTone-Free provides the user with a preset group of classic signal-path samples. ColorTone-Free cannot load new samples and does not contain the Warmth algorithm.

Both versions of ColorTone allow the user to multiply the color of the selected circuit, increasing the color from the standard character to several times the original color.




http://www.tritonedigital.com/download.htm

(http://www.tritonedigital.com/images/phasetone_screenshot_small.jpg)
(http://www.tritonedigital.com/images/colortone_screenshot.jpg)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 22, 2006, 12:39:46 AM
Thanks for adding to our growing list, Hazel! :D

I checked my freeware folder and saw the tritone plugs already there; I can't believe I've accumulated what appears to be 3 gigs of free stuff including sounds for my free copy of Wusikstation (which came with my CM mag). I have yet to try the spectral plug but I'm a fan of spectral manipulation ever since I was able to remove some ghost vocals from a tape recording using Audition's spectral editing. That same spectral editing got a lot of use removing crackles, hiss and other unwanted sounds from the Jam 3 project at the 'other' forum.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 22, 2006, 10:55:07 AM
Freeware sampler: Kotkas Paax 2 (http://www.kotkasuniverse.com/paax_index.htm).

Many users claim this is the best free sampler out there.

(http://www.kotkasuniverse.com/images/p2_screens_thumb.gif)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: starfugger on May 22, 2006, 05:58:17 PM
whoa, that's a lot!  thanks for sampler. been looking for one. keep 'em coming!
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on May 27, 2006, 02:01:29 AM
REAPER (http://www.cockos.com/reaper/download.php) is now a ver.0.957! Remember that when this reaches v.1.0, it'll no longer be free.

(http://www.cockos.com/reaper/images/reaper0931-sm.gif)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on June 07, 2006, 09:40:37 AM
Audionerdz Delay Lama (http://www.audionerdz.com/index2.htm)

(http://www.audionerdz.nl/picz/mover.gif)

Formant-shifting, keyboard-controllable vocal vst. You can use it for some interesting male vocal effects or you can morph the formants for some ahhh-eee-ooo effects. A bit strange, often hilarious, but may find some uses. Must be doing well since they recently developed a Mac OSX version.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on June 17, 2006, 12:10:18 PM
Purple 2 (http://odosynths.panicnow.net/) from ODO Synths. An FM synth with 4 operators; you can now unison up to 5 voices.

(http://odosynths.panicnow.net/2PurpleSmall.gif)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 18, 2006, 12:45:40 AM
I haven't updated this in a while but...

Here's Free Amp 2 (http://frettedsynth.asseca.com/ampsims.html#FreeAmp2)
(http://frettedsynth.asseca.com/dsgn/images/freeamp2.png)

A free virtual guitar setup that comes with Guitsyn, a guitar synth and a host of the following features:
Choose from seven different amps types.
Seven different eq's, all have there own controls for comparison.
Six speakers, plus bypass, adjustable by the mic placement.
Separate MIDI volume control, can be placed pre or post amp.
Host Sync and Tap Tempo for Tremolo and Delay
Noise gate. Tremolo, Triangle and square modulators.
Two compressors, pre and post amp.
Wah can operate by MIDI CC, plus has auto features.
Drive pedal, with a choice of seven overdrive types.
Chorus with added filter.
Flanger Phase Shifter Delay and Reverb
128 factory presets.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 18, 2006, 12:52:38 AM
And for the Linux crowd:

Rosegarden (http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/getting/) is now up to version 1.2.4.

To anyone using Rosegarden, please tell us how it performs and what distro you're using. I've been wanting to setup a dual boot 2nd machine for possible excursions into linux.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 18, 2006, 12:55:47 AM
Another free virtual music studio:

MUTOOLS Luna (http://www.mutools.com/products.html)

(http://www.mutools.com/pics/luna/screenshot.png)

LUNA's core feature list:

    * Audio Recording & Playback
    * MIDI Recording & Playback
    * Composition & Sequence Editing
    * Effect & Instrument VST Plugins
    * Powerful Audio Mixing Desk
    * Audio Engine using 32 bit floats, almost any samplerate
    * Sample accurate sequencing
    * Multi Undo/Redo
    * Running on OSX (Core Audio) & Windows (ASIO)
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 20, 2006, 12:51:59 PM
REAPER (http://www.cockos.com/reaper/) is now up to ver. 0.99 and is now on its way to becoming a full-fledged DAW.

(http://www.cockos.com/reaper/images/reaper0981-sm.gif)

Get it while it's still FREE!. The moment it hits V.1.0, you pay for the product - even then, it's getting rave reviews from users. If it becomes a cheap and viable alternative, I just might bite.

UPDATE: Reaper just went 1.0 beta a few days into August and it now costs $39 for non-commercial usage while commercial use costs $199.95. It was good while it lasted.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 23, 2006, 10:52:14 PM
Free distortion, compression, and filter for drums and guitar!

CamelCrusher (http://www.camelaudio.com/camelcrusher.php) from Camel Audio.
(http://www.camelaudio.com/images/CamelCrusher-OrigSize.jpg)

From the Camel Audio site: "CamelCrusher is a free versatile 'colouring' multi-effect plugin. It offers two characteristically different distortion sounds which can be blended together to create a wide variety of tones and textures. Great for guitars, drums and plenty more!"

Enjoy!
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on July 28, 2006, 08:27:06 PM
Probably the site with the largest amount of current plugins, freebies galore! - Gersic DOT Com (http://www.gersic.com/plugins/index.php?daCat=-3)

Some plugs which caught my eye:

Dual Thrashers (http://www.jackdark.net/DUALTRASHERS.ZIP)
(http://www.gersic.com/plugins/plugimages/DUALTRASHERS.JPG)

Flybaby  (http://www.twistedlemon.nl/site/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6&Itemid=11)- a Crybaby emulation which uses impulse responses from a real Crybaby.
(http://www.gersic.com/plugins/plugimages/crybaby2.jpg)

GLITCHGIRL (http://www.jackdark.net/GLITCHGIRLNEO.ZIP) - Don't know what it does yet but I like the graphics.
(http://www.gersic.com/plugins/plugimages/GLITCHGIRLNEO.JPG)

and the interesting SLAPCLAP - a clap synthesizer which features physical modelling of a real butt being slapped. Jeez!

Just go to the link and scroll down for these plugs and a whole lot more! The motherload!
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on August 10, 2006, 08:22:57 PM
Drumagog for the masses? Here's KTDrumTrigger (http://www.koen.smartelectronix.com/KTDrumTrigger/).

(http://www.koen.smartelectronix.com/KTDrumTrigger/KTDrumTrigger%20ScreenShot.png)

It converts audio to midi by dividing incoming audio into different frequency bands allowing you to trigger midi events according to the frequency trigger settings. It will not, however, convert that mp3 file into a complete midi transcription; you still need your ears for that, folks.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on August 10, 2006, 08:32:53 PM
Angry Red Planet releases a midi-oriented sequencer which allows realtime manipulation: Sequitur (http://www.angryredplanet.com/sequitur/).

(http://www.angryredplanet.com/sequitur/Screenshot.png)

It's still in beta so there are quite a few bugs. (Urk! I didn't expect their screenshot to be so large! Sorry to those on dialup.  :oops: )

It looks to me like a cross between Freestyle, Ableton Live, and Tracktion.

UPDATE: Now at beta 1.1... looking good. Hope it remains free.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on August 17, 2006, 04:24:15 PM
Tube Baby (http://www.ndzeit.org/guitar/tubebaby.html) is a digital simulation of a tube guitar amplifier. As such it features the standard controls found on a real amplifier, namely gain, bass, mid, treble, presence, master and a switch for activating the high gain mode of the preamp stage. The latest version is v. 1.0.1

(http://www.ndzeit.org/guitar/pix/tube_scr_2.jpg)

(http://www.ndzeit.org/guitar/pix/tube_scr_4.jpg)
Title: Brass synth!
Post by: KitC on September 07, 2006, 12:36:27 AM
How about some brass this time around? DSK VSTi Brass (http://dskmusic.com/vsti/brass.php).

(http://dskmusic.com/vsti/jpg/shoots/DSK-Brass2.jpg)

Also offered are free Electrik Keys, B3x, Zith (a hybrid synth, and Zeth (FM synthesis).
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: pmack on October 16, 2006, 11:35:09 AM
this thread rocks!!!
anyone have some more???
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on October 17, 2006, 01:26:29 AM
Go to gersic DOT com and download to your heart's content.
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: TheHunter on October 19, 2006, 04:41:31 PM
KitC, Any plugins for Audition? most of these cool plugins doesn't work with AA
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on October 19, 2006, 07:22:26 PM
Quote from: TheHunter
KitC, Any plugins for Audition? most of these cool plugins doesn't work with AA


Do the Add/Remove VST Directory in AA and make sure it points to the vstplugin directory (usually Program Files/Steinberg/Vstplugins). Next, do Refresh Plugin List or something. You should see them in Effects > VST. Of course, the vst instruments won't work (or do they? Does AA2 do midi now?).
Title: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: TheHunter on October 19, 2006, 09:53:50 PM
Quote from: KitC
Quote from: TheHunter
KitC, Any plugins for Audition? most of these cool plugins doesn't work with AA


Do the Add/Remove VST Directory in AA and make sure it points to the vstplugin directory (usually Program Files/Steinberg/Vstplugins). Next, do Refresh Plugin List or something. You should see them in Effects > VST. Of course, the vst instruments won't work (or do they? Does AA2 do midi now?).


I already done this steps but some of the effects won't open or work properly. Well if I am curious about this new plugins I open it through Cubase LE and it works perfectly.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: KitC on October 31, 2006, 11:53:08 PM
@TheHunter - sorry for not replying sooner... the internet ate my post... Anyhoo, you would expect Cubase and VSTs to behave better with each other since Steinberg did write the VST spec while Audition uses a wrapper to communicate with VSTs. If it's any consolation, Cubase 4 doesn't do DX plugs anymore.  :roll:


While this is not a plugin, the following allows you to play with VSTs without having to open Sonar or Cubase or whatever... and it allows you to play VST softsynths in realtime.

Introducing... VST Host (http://www.hermannseib.com/english/vsthost.htm)

(http://www.hermannseib.com/images/vsthostsm.jpg)

Might be just the thing for folks who like to perform with their laptops. While you're there, also check out SAVI Host (http://www.hermannseib.com/english/savihost.htm), which is like a lite version of VST Host.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on November 01, 2006, 01:21:21 PM
I've decided to add soundfonts because it's practically like adding a new synth or drum kit to your sonic arsenal. To those who don't know soundfonts, think of fonts when typing a word document - you can change the appearance of your paper radically just by changing the font.

Same with word fonts, soundfonts allow you to change your arrangement by giving you a better piano, flute, guitar... what have you. There are myriads of soundfonts scattered all over the net, but let's add the good ones to this list. Here are some links I've found so far:

For Rhodes EP: http://learjeff.net/sf/sf.html

Other soundfonts can be downloaded from here:

http://www.hammersound.net/
http://www.personalcopy.com/sfarkfonts1.htm
http://www.guraydere.com/soundfonts/default.aspx
http://www.natural-studio.co.uk/ - One of the best free drum soundfonts on the net
http://oui.com.br/nando/p08soundfs2.htm
http://www.soundfonts.it/?a=soundfonts
http://www.wolod.narod.ru/sf2.htm#ig1
http://www.papelmedia.de/english/download.htm
http://basstardz.dhs.org/SF2/
http://www.sseyo.com/showcase/demos/soundfonts.html
http://www.saunalahti.fi/kru99/links-to-SF-sites.htm
http://www.ts-central.com/sounds.php
http://come.to/bovbjerg - Fazioli and Steinway concert grands
http://www.projectsam.com/freesounds.html
http://www.analoguesque.com/sffreebies.htm
http://www.geocities.jp/shansoundfont/ - Equinox grand piano, a combination of Steinway D and Yamaha C7 grands

There's more... but I got tired looking.  :wink:
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: lucy_monostone on November 12, 2006, 12:16:56 AM
hey guys! do you know any plug in site where i could download a Violin guitar effect??
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on November 12, 2006, 12:45:29 AM
hey guys! do you know any plug in site where i could download a Violin guitar effect??

Don't you need the E-bow for that? Theoretically, you need something like an envelope follower that can delay the attack phase when you pick on the strings, but it will not work on fast runs. Maybe even a Fernandes Sustainer might work. I've read that Sigur Ros uses a cello bow for a real bowed effect but muting the 'unused' strings might be difficult while bowing.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: lucy_monostone on November 12, 2006, 01:25:29 AM
i dunno man, but i used to see a band guitarist that have a multi guitat effect (i think its KORG) and he's doing a riff that sounds like a violin similar to the ones i hear in the movies..


try to click this video, Alexi Laiho (children of bodom) has a multi effect that can do violin sounds..

..so i was wondering since there's a plug in for distortion, delays, reverbs, etc.. maybe there's also a VST plug ins for violins  :?..
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on November 12, 2006, 02:28:50 AM
try to click this video, Alexi Laiho (children of bodom) has a multi effect that can do violin sounds..

I hate to say it but it appears like they were playing to a sequence. The giveaway was the metronome and there was a bass note even though no one was playing a low string. At around 2:26, you can hear where the guitar was a little off tune to the violin. I looked at both guitars intently and I didn't see any trace of a midi pickup. AFAIK, the Roland VG-8 allowed you to vary attack times so it gave you a sort of pedal steel effect which if you varied the attack time slightly could get you close to removing the sound of the pick.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 02, 2006, 02:56:03 AM
Newly discovered freeware sampler! discoDSP Highlife (http://www.discodsp.com/highlife/)

"Freeware sampler with VSTi sampling, sample editor, five built in effects, flexible modulation, parameter morphing, highest offline resampling quality using 512 point SINC."

(http://www.discodsp.com/img/tn_highlife.png)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 13, 2006, 05:34:55 PM
Anyone remember the Casio VL-TONE? I sure don't. But it's back in emulated form. The Casio VL-Tone VL-1 Emulator (http://www.polyvalens.com/vl1/)!

(http://www.museresearch.com/kvr/i/b/vl1.jpg)

If anyone has the real thing that's still working, can you tell me if they really sound the same?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 15, 2006, 02:27:50 PM
I just discovered this site by accident while googling the Korg Rhythm 55:

http://www.modarchive.com/waveworld/drums.shtml

Though this thread is about plugs and soundfonts, this site is a collection of free samples ranging from drums, bass, loops, and other instruments. There are some interesting vintage Roland drum samples there. Good fodder for the free sampler plugins in this thread, eh?  8-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on December 19, 2006, 11:45:35 AM
http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/thesoundexchange/sound_samples/sample_libraries/

royalty-free orchestral samples.  as long as you don't intend to sell the original samples, you're good to use it commercially.

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on December 19, 2006, 04:26:29 PM
check this out: http://createdigitalmusic.com/2006/11/30/the-best-100-free-music-plug-ins-just-add-host/#more-1753

it's a listing of free plug-ins for windows.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 20, 2006, 12:16:55 AM
Great find, x! The Taurus is a new one for me.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: aden on January 18, 2007, 10:09:53 AM
i got a free demo of arturia's minimoog V, moog modular V and cs-80V from an old issue of remix mag....im not sure if the sound is the same compared to real moogs and yamaha cs-80V...d p kci ako nakahawak ng moog e...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on January 20, 2007, 01:51:05 AM
Most UK/European mags like Sound on Sound, Computer Music, Future Music, and the german Keyboard offer Special Editions of select software. I recently got Samplitude 8 SE from Computer Music, who usually include loads of samples, some of them as acidized wav.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on January 21, 2007, 02:20:47 PM
Great find, x! The Taurus is a new one for me.

tnx sir kitc.

eto pa po mga sir:

http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/aphex/113/

mellotron samples.  hehe.  just load it into your sampler.

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: aden on January 21, 2007, 09:49:01 PM
synthMaster

http://www.kv331audio.com/downloads.aspx  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on January 21, 2007, 11:49:52 PM
Nice finds, x and aden! Keep adding to this list... it sure benefits a lot of budding synthesists in the forum!  :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on February 16, 2007, 10:49:50 AM
more free plugins.  check this out:

http://antress.myweb.hinet.net/

haven't tried the UAD plugins, but user comments do indicate the antress compressor has similar GUI.  wonder how they compare sonically tho.

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: aden on March 03, 2007, 12:20:10 PM
LMC-1 Plug-In - Available FREE for PC and MAC

http://www.solid-state-logic.com/resources/lmc1plugin.html

register to download
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on March 10, 2007, 10:20:42 AM
haven't actually tried these, but reviews say they're very good.  i do remember someone askin for boss emulations a while back.

http://www.simulanalog.org/guitarsuite.htm

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: junejhunkie on March 12, 2007, 08:09:13 PM
Anyone remember the Casio VL-TONE? I sure don't. But it's back in emulated form. The Casio VL-Tone VL-1 Emulator (http://www.polyvalens.com/vl1/)!

(http://www.museresearch.com/kvr/i/b/vl1.jpg)

If anyone has the real thing that's still working, can you tell me if they really sound the same?
my mom still has it, in almost mint condition. if not for the oxidation. rust accumulated in the battery compartment. but still sounds great. i mean for its purpose and size. and yeah about your question, i had that VST before and heard it and it nailed the sound.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on March 12, 2007, 08:23:23 PM
Thanks, junejhunkie, feedback such as yours are invaluable.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: junejhunkie on March 14, 2007, 10:04:43 PM
Thanks, junejhunkie, feedback such as yours are invaluable.
well someone did asked, right? hehe, nice day to all:mrgreen:
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: aden on March 16, 2007, 02:08:25 PM
(http://home.arcor.de/christianalthaus/images/p1tapedelay.jpg)
a good free delay effect...

http://home.arcor.de/christianalthaus/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on March 26, 2007, 03:07:43 PM
Anyone remember the Casio VL-TONE? I sure don't. But it's back in emulated form. The Casio VL-Tone VL-1 Emulator (http://www.polyvalens.com/vl1/)!

(http://www.museresearch.com/kvr/i/b/vl1.jpg)

If anyone has the real thing that's still working, can you tell me if they really sound the same?

this is such a trippy vst.  hehe.  been tryin to make video game-esque music with it.  totally lo-fi zero-bit sound!  even the calculator function works.  hehe.

but i can't seem to control it with my midi controller thru cubase.  been tryin to figure out how to sequence with it.  it only responds to mouse control.  feel so stupid cause i really can't make it work.  hehe.

help sir kitC!

 :-) :-) :-)

EDIT:  just figured it out.  hehe.  it only works on midi channels 1 and 2.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on March 26, 2007, 05:44:58 PM
Glad you figured it out, x! I've been steadily decoding my VariOS so I didn't have time to play with this one.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: soundslikebryan on March 27, 2007, 02:25:07 AM
bossing, mag-wo-work ba to sa Toneport UX-2?

I like your mantra
Quote
knowledge unshared is the personification of greed

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on March 27, 2007, 11:11:33 AM
bossing, mag-wo-work ba to sa Toneport UX-2?

I like your mantra
Quote
knowledge unshared is the personification of greed



Thanks, soundslikebryan.

These vst's usually work within a host program like Sonar, Cubase, etc.; if your toneport has a host program that can load vst's, yes it will work but only in that program. You cannot port vst's into the toneport. Only specific hardware, such as the Muse Receptor (http://www.museresearch.com/receptor.php) allow you to load vsts and play them in realtime... without a computer (since it IS a computer in a 2U rackmount).
Title: Tetra VST!
Post by: KitC on April 05, 2007, 01:53:12 PM
I just found this: Tetra VST 1.0a (http://www.tutututututu.de/synths/tetra.html#download)

(http://www.tutututututu.de/synths/medium_tetra.jpg)

Here's a short description: "Tetra generates a bandlimited quadrature signal, ie. a stereo signal whose harmonics differ pairwise by 90 degrees. By morphing between two definable timbres, Tetra can create a wide range of unique sounds.

Tetra was made using Synthedit. The sound engine isn't based on native Synthedit modules, though, but newly coded in C++."
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on April 07, 2007, 12:48:57 PM
Need another free audio editor? I just found this: Wavosaur (http://www.wavosaur.com/). (why they come up with these names, I wouldn't know...)

(http://www.wavosaur.com/images/wavosaur-editor2.png)

The site blurb says: "Wavosaur is a powerful free audio editor for editing, processing and recording sounds.
Wavosaur has all the features to edit audio (cut, copy, paste, etc.) produce music loops, analyze, record.
Wavosaur supports VST plugins, ASIO driver, multichannel wav files, real time effect processing."
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: emil_murillo on April 19, 2007, 07:48:30 AM
Awesome! awesome!
Title: Free Plugins for Mac!
Post by: KitC on April 30, 2007, 10:35:04 AM
For our Mac/PT wielding brethren, so you won't think I've left you out, here (http://www.bigbluelounge.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=301457&sid=8d66ad1fccb0d8bccf245dc374db47bf) is a compilation of AU/UB plugins that should work not only with PT but with other AU capable hosts.

Soundhack (http://www.soundhack.com/freeware.php) also has some OSX freeware with some versions for windows. Lastly, some free RTAS plugins from Don't Crack (http://www.dontcrack.com/freeware/software.php/id/7037/audio/Plug-ins/plugins/RTAS/).
Title: Free Vintage OD and High Gain EG Amp VSTs
Post by: KitC on May 29, 2007, 01:05:23 AM
From BTE Audio (http://www.bteaudio.com/index.html).

TS' Secret Vintage Overdrive (http://www.bteaudio.com/software/TSS/TSS.html)

(http://www.bteaudio.com/products/images/image001.png)

Soft clipping alone is not sufficient to emulate the elusive creamy character of a legendary vintage overdrive pedal. In order to explore the secret ingredients of legendary sound and feel, every subtlety throughout the entire signal path should be meticulously analyzed and documented. Only this ensures authentic recreation of the exact sound and feel of the legend in the digital domain. TSí Secret is the result of this keen but painful philosophy.
Just like its legendary role model, TSí Secret preserves the original dynamics of its input signal, which avoids muddiness and vastly improves clarity and responsiveness (see the accompanying article for details). Regardless of the overdrive amount, it stays in focus and delivers the ultimate touch sensitive dynamic punch.


Juicy 77 High Gain Electric Guitar Amplifier (http://www.bteaudio.com/software/Juicy77/Juicy77.html)

(http://www.bteaudio.com/products/images/image002.png)

Inspired from its legendary role model which has set the industry standard for high gain amplifiers, Juicy 77 aims to become the definitive benchmark for crystal clear articulation, solid punch and singing sustain in the digital domain.
With separate preamplifier and power amplifier sections and a loudspeaker cabinet simulator section that includes seven classical cabinet types, Juicy77 modestly delivers instant gratification to musicians who are looking for the ultimate high gain experience.

Get it while it's still free!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: starfugger on May 31, 2007, 05:35:27 PM
wow kit these two effects seem impressive.  mukang catch tong mga to, gonna try them out and see how they compare with other amp/stombox simulators :)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 03, 2007, 09:46:49 AM
meron ba kayong alam na bass synthesizer that produces traditional fender jazz bass sounds?

need help kasi baguhan lang sa midi at medyo na information overload na ko. im having a hard time tweaking the sounds on several bass synths but cant get that warm natural sound
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on August 03, 2007, 11:26:05 AM
meron ba kayong alam na bass synthesizer that produces traditional fender jazz bass sounds?

need help kasi baguhan lang sa midi at medyo na information overload na ko. im having a hard time tweaking the sounds on several bass synths but cant get that warm natural sound

The Edirol SuperQuartet has a natural sounding fender jazz bass. You will need to work a bit on velocities and some bends if you want to simulate a bass playing.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: art_attack16 on August 24, 2007, 08:31:45 PM
TAGAL KO NA VIEW nitong THREAD NA ITO..


too bad i havent thanked KitC yet!

thank you so much!

grabe.. para kong nagshoshopping nito!

andami ko na VST plug ins..

dun pa lang sa FreeAmp2 panalo na!

hope you find more!

lupet nito!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on August 24, 2007, 08:40:15 PM
Try the BTEAudio ampsims. The only con is that they have no gui, but I tried them and they sound great.

Woohoo! I found another opensource multitrack audio recording and editing suite - Traverso (http://traverso-daw.org/).

(http://traverso-daw.org/assets/images/frontpage_screenshot.png)

The beauty of this app is that it works with Mac, Windows, Linux. As far as I can tell, Traverso is still purely audio (no midi) and it doesn't seem to support vst's yet; but you can mix different sample rate files into the same project! This would be great for audio post... now if only you can drag in different file formats a la Vegas.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: art_attack16 on August 30, 2007, 11:09:45 AM
admin Kitc..

since i am using some of the plug ins..

can i ask you some nooby questions?

1.what do Compressors do ^_^?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on August 30, 2007, 11:23:11 AM

1.what do Compressors do ^_^?


This should be in the "What Do You Want to Learn about Recording" sticky. Anyway, have you ever manually adjusted the volume fader (or control) everytime someone belts out a loud note or suddenly decides to whisper a passage? You often do this to keep levels consistent during recording. At it's simplest, think of a compressor as an automatic level control, but it is more than just that. It can lengthen sustain if used properly and it can also cut off the tails of some notes (gating/expansion). Read up here if you want to know more: http://www.tweakheadz.com/compressors.htm
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: art_attack16 on August 30, 2007, 06:56:27 PM
ah.. thanks.. so this allows you to have high gain guitar effects without making it humm? feed back?

i c.. thanks
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on August 30, 2007, 08:23:10 PM
ah.. thanks.. so this allows you to have high gain guitar effects without making it humm? feed back?

Not really although it can control maximum levels. I suggest starting a new thread if you want to know more.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: chowcjc on September 03, 2007, 05:03:41 PM
sir kitc!
just wondering if ever you got any ideas on a linux based DAW...
i saw it once on a different forum but havent tracked it down yet...
thanks
~peace po
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 03, 2007, 07:41:11 PM
sir kitc!
just wondering if ever you got any ideas on a linux based DAW...
i saw it once on a different forum but havent tracked it down yet...
thanks
~peace po

Though I haven't tried it yet, I've been gearing up for either an Ubuntu or Fedora based system with Ardour and Rosegarden for the main apps. The main problem I have is with vst compatibility. It would be great if I can run Sonar within Linux but no go there.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Al_Librero on September 06, 2007, 12:16:36 AM
Anyone remember the Casio VL-TONE? I sure don't. But it's back in emulated form. The Casio VL-Tone VL-1 Emulator (http://www.polyvalens.com/vl1/)!

(http://www.museresearch.com/kvr/i/b/vl1.jpg)

If anyone has the real thing that's still working, can you tell me if they really sound the same?
LOL! I used to have one when I was a kid and played it to death!

I only bothered to test this plugin tonight. And it's spot-on as far as I can remember. Hahahaha. I used to do this thing which screws with the ADSR mode and changes its sound. If I remember how to do that and works in this plug-in, bilib na ako. Hehehehe.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: SixTwo on September 09, 2007, 12:07:11 AM
While looking for some meters....

http://www.vertexdsp.com/products_multiinspectorfree.html

there's also some free ones at

http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/vmeter.html
http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/piano.html


Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: schnitzerz4 on September 14, 2007, 02:24:16 AM
mga master ano gamit nyong plugins for the vocals? salamat po =)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on September 14, 2007, 12:29:11 PM
Addicive Drums VSTi - fully functional DEMO

http://www.xlnaudio.com/index.php?page=downloads

Enjoy!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 14, 2007, 02:32:42 PM
mga master ano gamit nyong plugins for the vocals? salamat po =)

Usually, compressors, but if you're really experimentative, anything under the sun will do. Distortion is common, as are delays, reverbs and choruses, but you can even pass vocals thru synthesizer filters for filtering and vocoding. Don't limit yourself to standard usage of whatever is out there, but remember, use plugins wisely because at some point, it becomes rather gimmicky. You will find that mics and preamps play a bigger deal with vocals than anything else.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: schnitzerz4 on September 14, 2007, 04:56:28 PM
thanks sir =)

Usually, compressors, but if you're really experimentative, anything under the sun will do. Distortion is common, as are delays, reverbs and choruses, but you can even pass vocals thru synthesizer filters for filtering and vocoding. Don't limit yourself to standard usage of whatever is out there, but remember, use plugins wisely because at some point, it becomes rather gimmicky. You will find that mics and preamps play a bigger deal with vocals than anything else.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on September 15, 2007, 08:59:51 AM
free 2 gb samples from yellow tools.  haven't been able to get in yet.  must be overloaded servers.  it created quite a stir at the kvr forums.  let us know if anyone of you has been able to download.  my dsl sucks.

Quote from: yellowtools website
We give you free access to this amazing product: Here is "Independence Free":

* full version - no demo or tryout
* no yellow tools Authorization Key required
* beside audio file import all Independence software features are enabled
* no time or save restrictions
* commercial use is allowed
* for Mac OS X (Universal Binary), Windows XP and Windows Vista

Independence Free comes with a 2 GB sound library of thoroughly selected premium instruments from the Independence 2.0 Core Library that can be performed in an intuitive and authentic way impossible with any other sampler.

http://www.yellowtools.us/cp21/cms/index.php?id=782

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 15, 2007, 11:43:29 AM
Ya beat me to it, Vince! I've been trying to DL that sampler for days now but got caught by their move to another server. Looks like the old one got slammed pretty hard.  :|
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on September 15, 2007, 02:39:53 PM
the freebies woohoo thanks sir kit for showing me the way nyahahaha!!!!  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on September 15, 2007, 02:56:42 PM
sir kit anong sofware na pwde kong gamitin para magemulate ng tunog ng drums kasi ggwa ako ng my own DIY e-drums ko e,.. para sa replacement ng npkamahal na mga drum modules like roland etc,..  :-D :evil: :|
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 15, 2007, 06:14:42 PM
sir kit anong sofware na pwde kong gamitin para magemulate ng tunog ng drums kasi ggwa ako ng my own DIY e-drums ko e,.. para sa replacement ng npkamahal na mga drum modules like roland etc,..  :-D :evil: :|

It's like this:

Drums/pads ---> triggers ---> drum module/midi converter ---> midi cable/interface ---> computer

You need a hardware component to be able to convert the trigger impulses into midi, which will then trigger your software/drum sample player. The free sfz player needs a host like Sonar, Cubase or whatever you can load vst's into. There are also free vst hosts that will load sfz player. You will still need some midi hardware that responds to the triggers like the DM5 or similar. Unfortunately, that's the way it is.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 17, 2007, 09:22:19 PM
Vince! You can now download Independence!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 17, 2007, 09:51:35 PM
cool!  thanks kit!  musta yun samples?

 :-) :-) :-)

Just started with the download. You have to register muna... It IS 2 gigs... hehe  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 18, 2007, 12:01:16 AM
Go to the main page: http://www.yellowtools.us/

I think the error page appears during high server load. You should be able to get into the 'News' page. From there, proceed to User Registration (a bit hard to read because it's in German... luckily, I can read a little German). Once you are through the registration, you can proceed to the download page. I just finished the program proper... now on to the 2 gig samples. I think they will send you a product activation code before you can use the program.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on September 18, 2007, 12:48:13 AM
thanks kit.  i've gotten as far as the german regist-something page.  but the page's extremely flaky.  will keep on tryin.  i'll do my best to be in "patience"-mode.  haha.  i envy your dsl.

OT:  samp 10 comes with independence LE and 4 gigs samples.  so this yellowtools  stuff has gotten me so curious.

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on September 18, 2007, 03:41:01 PM
sir kit bka mey link po kau ng demo ng ez drummer jan?
 :?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 18, 2007, 03:59:54 PM
sir kit bka mey link po kau ng demo ng ez drummer jan?
 :?

Carl, if you just did a google, you would have found it easy, but Toontrack demos (http://www.toontrack.com/ezdrummer.asp) are mostly audio. As for the other kind of 'demo', can't help you there coz you're on your own with those - no need to mention why.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on September 18, 2007, 05:08:48 PM
ok sir thanks po  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on September 22, 2007, 11:08:21 AM
yellowtools independence free is the shnitzit!  best zero dollars i've ever spent in my whole life.  good acoustic drums and guitars too.  it's even got a cajon!

btw, the site's workin now.  download na po kayo....

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on September 23, 2007, 10:41:22 AM
I agree with x_taxi. This 'sampler' is THE ONE for a freebie. Just have patience with the 2 gig download, but the samples are a blast!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on September 28, 2007, 02:52:40 PM
Free Chromatic Tuner VST Plugin - GVST GTune

http://www.gvst.co.uk/gtune.htm

I think it's better & easier to use than those found in Sonar or Guitar Rig. Try It!
Other plugins also at their download page:

http://www.gvst.co.uk/downloads.htm

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Slowpoke on September 29, 2007, 09:54:01 AM
I just want to thank KitC for posting the links for the free plug-ins. Works wonderful with Mixcraft.

Cheers!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on October 07, 2007, 03:43:13 AM
Free Sidechain Plugin : Twisted Lemon's Sidekick v3 VST

http://www.twistedlemon.nl/site/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19&Itemid=32

- very useful to Sonar users ( although  ver. 7 has it built-in already).
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: boncram on October 10, 2007, 07:49:21 PM
Anybody here knows a plug-in that can emulate a bass guitar?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on October 12, 2007, 04:02:06 PM
Audio Triggered Synth Plugins, Free!

Lots of versions such as bass, lead, synth drums, etc. Inserted as effects...I think it needs tweaking for accuracy.  Other sections include effects and amp sims also for free

http://frettedsynth.asseca.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: xavier on November 04, 2007, 03:00:16 PM
first, thanks sir KitC!

ngayon, question: would this work? --> may laptop ako na (so far) ang ginagamit ko lang sa kaniya ay yung mic at headset outlets. ngayon, kung magppractice po kami ng banda ko, pwede bang gawin ko nalang ay: guitar -> cable -> laptop (kung nasan yung plug-ins) -> cable -> amp? (in short, imbes na actual guitar effects, the laptop will take its place)

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on November 04, 2007, 03:43:13 PM
@xavier - the laptop's inputs are usually line level; they are not meant for instrument level devices like guitars. Usually a DI box or impedance matching converter can take care of that problem. The mic input on most pc's and laptops are another problem. First, they usually carry +5VDC to power pc mics and they use 1/8" TRS connections; the voltage is usually carried by the ring. Using standard 1/8" to 1/4" TRS converters can potentially short the ring to ground when you insert an unbalanced 1/4" TR jack which can damage the power circuit of the mic preamp in the laptop so I don't recommend going in that direction. the better route would be to use an audio interface with guitar-specific inputs, such as M-audio's Jamlab or Line6's Toneports. Unfortunately, I have no experience with these gear so I can't tell you what latency figures you will get when these are used live; these are usually intended as recording interfaces.

You might be better off using a multifx pedal.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: xavier on November 04, 2007, 04:30:13 PM
okey sir. salamat 

:cry: huhu
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins Thread
Post by: Lahed92801 on November 26, 2007, 06:16:06 PM
Free Moog (http://glenstegner.com/softsynths.html) anyone?

(http://glenstegner.com/MinimogueVA.jpg)

Scroll down and he's also giving away an Arp 2600!

(http://glenstegner.com/Arppe2600va.jpg)

hey sir, how do you use this? I don't quite get how to use this O_O
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on November 26, 2007, 08:09:25 PM
These are VST software synthesizers, hence you need a VST host in order to use them. Examples of hosts are Cubase, Sonar, and VStack. Other software that can use VSTs are also qualified. Try downloading Reaper if you don't have any of the aforementioned software. Load the VST into an instrument rack or whatever, and make sure you have a midi controller ready.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: MacoySIN on December 08, 2007, 05:08:52 PM
http://www.plugins-audio.com/

http://www.k7sounds.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: xelalien on December 08, 2007, 11:06:23 PM
any plugins that can emulate oriental instruments? :D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: metalmiggy on December 12, 2007, 04:49:29 AM
may libre bang RTAS plugins?  :?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 12, 2007, 11:18:25 AM
any plugins that can emulate oriental instruments? :D

There are commercial plugins from Kong Audio that are geared towards chinese instruments. There were several free soundfonts that had asian/oriental instrument samples as part of their soundset. No samples/soundfonts of indigenous filipino ethnic instruments to the best of my knowledge.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on December 12, 2007, 12:07:24 PM
there's one pinoy sample library that i found.  not really pinoy ethnic but sounds pinoy.  it's the anklung, an indonesian bamboo instrument, but a pinoy made the library.  found it useful in my compositions.  works great with taikos in percussion pieces.

check it out:  http://www.nhick.com/GigaAngklung/giga_angklung3.htm

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on December 12, 2007, 02:15:47 PM
Thanks for the link, Vince!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: art_attack16 on January 25, 2008, 08:12:48 PM
meron bang plug in na kaya manipulate yung PUPs?? ibig ko sabhin eh magkaron sya ng output na gaya ng Dimarzio or EMG?? heheh.. baka meron...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: titser_marco on February 27, 2008, 09:19:00 AM
Are there any free plug ins/VSTis for orchestral instruments? I need some strings and horns for a demo that I'm working on. :(
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: visualjava1216 on March 21, 2008, 02:07:08 PM
Believe it or not, these are real plugins:

(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_eq.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_reverb.jpg)(http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/gfx/screenshots/gp_driver.jpg)

Downloadable from here: http://www.pxe.buntweb.de/

UPDATE: I've decided to make this a sticky so that it won't inadvertently get buried. Please feel free to add to this growing list.

I've also added soundfonts because these are additional sounds that everyone can use.


i will check on this plugins site,,,,,
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: kaloyster on April 11, 2008, 12:53:32 PM
Ok bang gumamit ng EZDrummer? Or kung may maisa-suggest pa kayong ibang plugins na realistic sounding ang drums.

Thanks!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on April 17, 2008, 07:36:37 PM
i will check on this plugins site,,,,,

The site seems to be inactive... I'll update the link when I find somebody hosting the plugs.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Silent killah on May 26, 2008, 05:34:18 PM
mey mga plug ins ba for compressors? drums, bass, guitars, voice?  :|
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on May 27, 2008, 09:00:43 AM
mey mga plug ins ba for compressors? drums, bass, guitars, voice?  :|

The compressor from digitalfishphones  (http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=1) works quite well.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on May 28, 2008, 01:52:31 PM
sir KitC hindi ko na nakakikita yung mga links ng mga virtual effects ng gitara for example dati meron ako nakita e, meron din bang mga virtual Sansamps para sa gitara or bass  :?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on May 29, 2008, 07:30:37 AM
sir KitC hindi ko na nakakikita yung mga links ng mga virtual effects ng gitara for example dati meron ako nakita e, meron din bang mga virtual Sansamps para sa gitara or bass  :?

Can't find the stomp vsts either - no on seems to be hosting them anymore.  :|

You can try FreeAmp3 (http://frettedsynth.home.att.net/), which is quite similar.

(http://home.att.net/~frettedsynth/FreeAmp.JPG)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on May 31, 2008, 11:37:21 AM
Can't find the stomp vsts either - no on seems to be hosting them anymore.  :|

You can try FreeAmp3 (http://frettedsynth.home.att.net/), which is quite similar.

(http://home.att.net/~frettedsynth/FreeAmp.JPG)

yown! salamuch ser kitC  :-D tanong lang ser Im using vegas pro 8 as my DAW yun lang di ko alam kung pano ko ilalabas yung plug in dun? help naman po salamat ulit  :|
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on May 31, 2008, 02:34:22 PM
yown! salamuch ser kitC  :-D tanong lang ser Im using vegas pro 8 as my DAW yun lang di ko alam kung pano ko ilalabas yung plug in dun? help naman po salamat ulit  :|

Not really sure how vegas works anymore, but I'm pretty sure that you insert it into an fx chain in the audio track. I'm also unsure how Vegas treats vst fx, but if they have the vst implementation right, you have to turn on some form of input monitoring.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on May 31, 2008, 04:02:22 PM
Not really sure how vegas works anymore, but I'm pretty sure that you insert it into an fx chain in the audio track. I'm also unsure how Vegas treats vst fx, but if they have the vst implementation right, you have to turn on some form of input monitoring.

salamat sir try ko po hehehe!  :-D sir meron din bang mga plug ins for voices? enhancer, processors etc.  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 01, 2008, 09:35:02 PM
sir meron din bang mga plug ins for voices? enhancer, processors etc.  :-D

Well, compression and eq are the most commonly used fx for vocals, with reverb coming in a good second. I don't use enhancers very much, preferring to capture vocals just right during recording instead. This usually means matching the mic and preamp with a particular voice.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on June 01, 2008, 10:22:15 PM
Well, compression and eq are the most commonly used fx for vocals, with reverb coming in a good second. I don't use enhancers very much, preferring to capture vocals just right during recording instead. This usually means matching the mic and preamp with a particular voice.

oh,..  :-D salamat sa tips sir!  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on June 02, 2008, 02:15:00 PM
analog VSTi meron bang ganun? yung nagagaya yung analog feel para sa mixing process?  :?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 03, 2008, 08:48:27 AM
analog VSTi meron bang ganun? yung nagagaya yung analog feel para sa mixing process?  :?

Some examples are those that do tube emulation or tape saturation effects. There are some good ones, but the general consensus is to route your signals through a real analog summing mixer and re-recording it's output into your DAW to get that analog feel. Some also use real open reel tape recorders or amps with real tubes to get that warm analog feel.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on June 03, 2008, 10:37:16 AM
Some examples are those that do tube emulation or tape saturation effects. There are some good ones, but the general consensus is to route your signals through a real analog summing mixer and re-recording it's output into your DAW to get that analog feel. Some also use real open reel tape recorders or amps with real tubes to get that warm analog feel.


mey mga plugins din ba na ganito?, I think I can't afford pa for the real analog mixers or reel tapes
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 03, 2008, 01:57:19 PM


mey mga plugins din ba na ganito?, I think I can't afford pa for the real analog mixers or reel tapes

There are a lot, some of them free. Go to gersic.com for a comprehensive list.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: stilljey on June 03, 2008, 03:13:05 PM
sir, any RTAS to VST converter
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on June 05, 2008, 07:08:36 PM
There are a lot, some of them free. Go to gersic.com for a comprehensive list.

oki salamat sir check ko po yan,...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 05, 2008, 07:37:54 PM
sir, any RTAS to VST converter

If digidesign were reading this, they would probably reply, "Over my dead body!"
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: britesynth on June 05, 2008, 09:16:07 PM
ayan nagcrash na laptop kong jurassic sa dami ng nakita ko dito hehe more more! :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 09, 2008, 06:38:16 PM
What domain? Try this: http://plugins.gersic.com/ and this: http://free-plugin-list.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: britesynth on June 12, 2008, 11:48:46 AM
http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/vinyl/ (http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/vinyl/)  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: cky on June 15, 2008, 11:26:44 PM
thanks for all your help an the free plugins though havnt used them yet...kasi kakadownload ko lng....mageexperiment pa ako e... :mrgreen:
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 16, 2008, 01:53:51 PM
meron daw acoustic emulator na software/vst?

You mean something like the Boss AC2 pedal? I don't know of any free vst of that sort.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: carl20 on June 16, 2008, 04:01:37 PM
You mean something like the Boss AC2 pedal? I don't know of any free vst of that sort.

oops sori I mean ser yung Room Acoustic Emulator parang ganun
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 16, 2008, 09:51:58 PM
oops sori I mean ser yung Room Acoustic Emulator parang ganun

I think that's better known as ambiance or reverb. Look for convolution reverbs that use 'samples' of known and famous rooms (and then some) to recreate a particular ambiance. A good free convolution reverb is SIR: http://www.knufinke.de/sir/sir1.html
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: cky on June 18, 2008, 02:50:07 PM
may specific programs po ba na dun lang pwede gamitin ung mga plug-ins na to?....


medyo nangangapa pa kasi ako sa ganto e...bago lang ako sa field na to...


anong programs yung pwedeng paglagyan ng mga to?...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on June 27, 2008, 11:55:59 AM
You need a hosting program such as Cubase or Sonar. If you don't need sequencing capabilities, google up the freeware vsthost, minihost or savihost.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: MacoySIN on July 30, 2008, 02:33:39 PM
http://antress.webng.com/product.html
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: jv21 on August 05, 2008, 10:23:48 AM
http://antress.webng.com/product.html

lupet! hehe. salamat sa links.  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on August 06, 2008, 08:54:38 AM
Native Instruments released the free Kore Player: http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=koreplayer&L=1

(http://www.native-instruments.com/typo3temp/pics/6506a8d443.png)

Comes with 300 mb of samples and you can expand it by purchasing soundpacks from NI. Wonder if Forerunner has this? hmmmm...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: cky on August 06, 2008, 06:10:52 PM
libre ba ung kore?...actually kababasa ko lang sa magazine ung review malakas daw...
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: progressive_pilipinas on August 26, 2008, 12:57:34 AM
salamat sa  kore player.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: karlo on September 16, 2008, 11:15:56 AM
Check out this free maximizer/brick wall limiter/exciter.

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/BuzMaxi3/ (http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/BuzMaxi3/)

Who would know how it measure up against similar plugins for sale, particularly the bbe sonic maximizer software? Im looking to pick this one up; ive been using the buzz maxi for ableton live sets and the high end sounds pretty metallic.  of course, it IS an exciter but still
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: pmack on September 16, 2008, 02:13:36 PM
Check out this free maximizer/brick wall limiter/exciter.

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/BuzMaxi3/ (http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/BuzMaxi3/)

Who would know how it measure up against similar plugins for sale, particularly the bbe sonic maximizer software? Im looking to pick this one up; ive been using the buzz maxi for ableton live sets and the high end sounds pretty metallic.  of course, it IS an exciter but still

i navigated the site and found some more links to free plugins.

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/win95/PLUGINS_VST/freeware/

di ko lang sure if repost. worth a look.
thanks.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: karlo on September 27, 2008, 12:49:08 PM
I dont know it this is a re-post, but...

http://www.gersic.com/plugins/index.php?daCat=-3 (http://www.gersic.com/plugins/index.php?daCat=-3)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: karlo on September 27, 2008, 01:04:55 PM
also, see: http://www.dontcrack.com/ (http://www.dontcrack.com/)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: karlo on October 01, 2008, 10:49:45 PM
Can anyone please recommend a free exciter plug-in for PC?

Something like BBE?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: zep on October 17, 2008, 08:13:08 PM
hello mga sir,

any free guitar synth softwares available for a mac/logic set up? im a frustrated sitar player...baka kaya ko magawa sa guitar with some modes and a guitar synth software.

salamat
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: mahavatar69 on November 21, 2008, 11:36:13 AM
Guys,

Try this site also. Just a handful of VSTs and VSTis but they're useful.

http://www.vst4free.com/ (http://www.vst4free.com/)

TY
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: stilljey on November 24, 2008, 02:39:53 PM
Can anyone please recommend a free exciter plug-in for PC?
Something like BBE?
Try this: http://rapidshare.com/files/115004851/BBE.D82.Sonic.Maximizer.VST.RTAS.v2.0-AiR.rar

A high-resolution BBE D82 Sonic Maximizer plug-in.  8-) just click Free user, and wait the countdown. cheers!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on December 23, 2008, 10:27:34 PM
Free VST FX for warming up tracks HTH...

Nick Crow TubeDriver VST
http://www.the29a.org/nickcrow/index.html

Ferox VST vintage tape modeller
http://www.jeroenbreebaart.com/downloads/ferox/ferox.zip

Musicrow PreAmp Emulator VST
http://www.mcrow.net/Preamp%20Emulator%20VST.htm

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on December 24, 2008, 02:28:09 AM
Excellent free vst plugins for guitar

SimulAnalog Guitar Suite
http://www.simulanalog.org/guitarsuite.htm

GUI for Guitar Suite
http://requietus.blogspot.com/2008/12/simulanalog-guitar-suite-gui.html
http://morpho.lanet.lv/vst/Simulanalog.Guitar.Suite.GUI.rar
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: dlsu_g_a on January 18, 2009, 01:53:34 AM
Here are free plugins by a pinoy developer:

Character-based EQ, enhancer/exciter, 3D panning, etc..

http://mildonstudios.com/products.html

Here's a free VST guitar strummer:


http://mildonstudios.com/lemonstrum
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: x_taxi on April 14, 2009, 01:02:46 PM
^^^  for the metronome query, checkout tapNtune.  it's got a tuner and tap tempo for figurin out bpm.  looks nice and sleek too!

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/audio/tapntune.html

 :-) :-) :-)
Title: i bet you lot havent heard / seen some of these plugins
Post by: aljar3d on April 29, 2009, 06:34:42 PM
all links to stuff posted here (http://aljar3d.wordpress.com/vst-plugins/)

(http://leftoverlasagne.googlepages.com/PushtecOld.jpg/PushtecOld-full.jpg)

free plugins (http://aljar3d.wordpress.com/vst-plugins/)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: alien_inside on May 27, 2009, 03:46:55 AM
free plug ins...

http://www.starplugs.com/sess/utn;jsessionid=154a1c45e90dcd0/shopdata/index.shopscript

please delete kung naulit na
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: aljar3d on September 27, 2009, 03:40:14 AM
lots of stuff here

+ib4 google is your friend

http://www.vstplanet.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on September 29, 2009, 12:35:30 AM
Drumcore 3 Free

http://www.submersiblemusic.com/TemplateMain.aspx?contentId=65
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: irajames on October 05, 2009, 12:21:58 AM
hey can i have a request? can this thread be cleaned up to only lists/links of free plugins/soundfronts? when i was looking into this thread i was hoping i'd see 10 pages of nothing but free plugin sources/links.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: samuelfianza on November 19, 2009, 09:48:00 AM
dead links na yung iba
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: poploser on February 15, 2010, 05:55:23 PM
GTR Solo is free for one full year!  :mrgreen:

http://www.wavesgtr.com/html/product_gtr_solo.html
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on February 15, 2010, 08:24:42 PM
8 free ways to make music online

http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/8-free-ways-to-make-music-online-203644
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: chonggoloid on February 16, 2010, 09:27:14 PM
free vst? check this out tamad ako mag back read sorry kung meron na.

http://antress.er-webs.com/


(http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/2198/antress1.jpg)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: chonggoloid on February 16, 2010, 09:31:59 PM
eye candy ohh

(http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/3530/nowy2qi.jpg)

(http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/995/nowy.jpg)

T-SLEDGE is a multi-band compressor for mastering, equipped with peak limiter, level maximizer and 4 compressors/expanders/limiters. And it is equipped with 2 kinds of dividing filter IIR/FIR. So, it also operates as a dynamics EQ.

Features
Threshold: Controls the threshold of compressing/limiting. The signal at a level that is larger than this value is compressed
Ratio: Controls the ratio of compressing/limiting. It operates as an expander when this value is smaller than 1.0. When this value is maximized, it operates as a limiter
Attack: Controls the attack time of compressing/limiting
Release: Controls the release time of compressing/limiting. It makes the sound smooth, if you choose the large value
Soft: Sets the soft/hard mode of compressing/limiting process. While the soft mode compression gradually compresses the threshold When the hard mode compression reaches the threshold by the signal, it immediately compresses. There a little differences using it, but it makes compressing/limiting process smooth or vivid. At the present stage, this function becomes effective only to the compression processing
ARC: Sets the automatic release time control system. (Sets all compressor and limiter release time ARC) Automatically ARC calculates the release time. If you want to create loudness sound, I recommend to turn it off
IIR-FIR: Sets the dividing filter type. If you want to use for mastering, I recommend to use FIR. FIR filter cause a little latency, but itís no more than 1ms
Gain: Controls the level of each output signal
Input Gain: Controls the level of input signal
Knob: Ctrl+Left-Click -> Fine adjustment of the value. Shift+Left-Click -> Link adjustment of the value. Ctrl+Shift+Left-Click -> Fine link adjustment of the value
VU Meter: Range 0dB < -> -40dB
Try to use it with VST instruments before other effects it makes sound really nice

http://rapidshare.com/files/348646669/Dynamic.zip
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Sugar Ray Vaughan on February 25, 2010, 03:01:15 AM
Free ethnic Korean VST instruments...

http://www.orientalexpress.org/OXVSTi.zip
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: irajames on March 02, 2010, 12:28:55 AM
acme bar gig shred suite
http://www.acmebargig.com/shred/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Romeo Oh on March 21, 2010, 04:49:10 AM
mga ser. . .help!

pde bang gumamet ng pc keyboard sa kahet anong synth software??. . .mouse lng kc ang gumagana. . .so panu b mgkeys using keyboardS??? :-D :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: irajames on June 25, 2010, 02:07:05 AM
free vst? check this out tamad ako mag back read sorry kung meron na.

http://antress.er-webs.com/

[pic was here]

this bundle looks promising. saw a video trying out a few of the plugs and they sound alright. can't wait to try them out later.
http://www.gearwire.com/media/gearwire-crosstalk-027-part3-antress.mov
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on July 01, 2010, 05:08:58 PM
http://www.elysia.com/software/niveau-filter/

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on July 02, 2010, 09:31:02 AM
dead links na yung iba

Sorry... haven't had time to clean it up. Tell you what, notify or PM me the dead links so I can remove the relevant posts. I agree this needs cleaning up but time is a bit of a luxury for me now. If you can help, I'd appreciate it.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on July 05, 2010, 01:19:09 PM
http://realmusicmedia.net/samples.html
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: irajames on July 08, 2010, 10:09:54 PM
http://www.stormrecordingstudio.co.uk/VST.htm

(http://www.stormrecordingstudio.co.uk/images/VST_DrumTrig.jpg)   
DrumTrig - Drum Sound Replacer

By using this plugin on single drum tracks like Snare or Kick you can replace the sound with any sample (.WAV file) you like. Great if you've tried everything to salvage a poorly recorded drum sound and got nowhere!

If you like this plugin but fancy something a bit more sophisticated, have a look at Drumagog. It's not free but it has a lot more features.

Controls:

WAV - The sample to play when the unit is triggered
Threshold - Signals above this level will trigger the unit
Retrigger - A time delay between triggers, to stop false triggering
Output - The overall volume of the sample playback


 

(http://www.stormrecordingstudio.co.uk/images/VST_Exciter.jpg)
Exciter - An Aural Exciter

NEWS: If you want to see this plugin in action visit US studio Pipeline Audio where it has been used in an audio tutorial entitled Exciting the Snare. This tutorial (and others) was created by studio guru Aaron Carey. He has spent a great deal of time providing these tutorials and would welcome any feedback or comments.

This plugin creates extra high frequencies based upon what's already there in the upper mids. This is done by applying a gentle distortion (clipping) to the upper mids, such that the harmonics generated add to the high-frequency components of the signal.

Try this on drum overheads, hi-hats, flute or whatever you fancy really.

One word of warning, the effect is very addictive. Gently does it!

Controls:

CutOff - Signals above the Cutoff frequency will be processed
Drive - The amount of distortion applied to the signal (you need less when CutOff is low)
Amount - The amount of processed signal applied.

Please note. This plugin does reduce the overall signal level very slightly when amount/drive is low. This is so that the unit does not provide 'too much' signal back to the host application.



 

(http://www.stormrecordingstudio.co.uk/images/VST_STThick.jpg)
STThick - Stereo enhancer

This should be used on single, mono tracks, but do NOT place it in the 'insert' section of the track (Cubase) as this will not give you a stereo output. Instead use it in the Mixer.

One common way enhance the stereo image of a track is to do the following:

1. Make two additional copies of the track
2. Delay the copies slightly
3. Pan one of the copies full left and the other full right
4. Make one of the copies out-of-phase so that the effect doesn't sound strange in mono.

If that sounds a bit too much like hard work, then this plugin does it all for you! Try it with overdriven electric guitar to get that 'wall of sound' effect common to tracks by Evanescence etc.. We think you'll be pleased.

Controls:

Delay Time - The amount of delay
Mix - The mix between the original (centre) signal, and the delayed signals


 

(http://www.stormrecordingstudio.co.uk/images/VST_TransDes.jpg)
Transient Designer - Drum Transient Processor

This plugin isolates the attack transient of a percussive sound, from the body (or sustain portion) of the sound, and gives you levels to control the amount of each one.

This plugin seems to work best on percussive sounds like drums, bass guitar, acoustic guitar etc (try it with a drum loop). With it you can make the signal sound huge (less attack, more sustain), you can bring the sound forward in the mix (more attack, less sustain), or BOTH!!

Controls:

Input - The amount of signal fed into the unit (too much will distort the Attack detector)
Attack - The amount of attack transient
Sustain - The amount of body

Please note. This is purely a MONO plugin, you if you want to use it with stereo material, use two of them!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on July 13, 2010, 01:46:09 AM
YAMAHA C7 GRAND PIANO samples
Free for EXS24/Halion/Giga/Reason

http://sonart.cc/shop/product_info.php?cPath=62&products_id=210
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: rocketboy on July 17, 2010, 07:26:36 PM
Podium Free

http://www.zynewave.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2337

http://www.zynewave.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: poploser on September 08, 2010, 07:30:03 PM
native instruments is giving their komplete 7 players for free. nice freebies!

http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/?category=1339

Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: pmack on September 09, 2010, 03:29:46 AM
eye candy ohh

(http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/3530/nowy2qi.jpg)

(http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/995/nowy.jpg)

T-SLEDGE is a multi-band compressor for mastering, equipped with peak limiter, level maximizer and 4 compressors/expanders/limiters. And it is equipped with 2 kinds of dividing filter IIR/FIR. So, it also operates as a dynamics EQ.

Features
Threshold: Controls the threshold of compressing/limiting. The signal at a level that is larger than this value is compressed
Ratio: Controls the ratio of compressing/limiting. It operates as an expander when this value is smaller than 1.0. When this value is maximized, it operates as a limiter
Attack: Controls the attack time of compressing/limiting
Release: Controls the release time of compressing/limiting. It makes the sound smooth, if you choose the large value
Soft: Sets the soft/hard mode of compressing/limiting process. While the soft mode compression gradually compresses the threshold When the hard mode compression reaches the threshold by the signal, it immediately compresses. There a little differences using it, but it makes compressing/limiting process smooth or vivid. At the present stage, this function becomes effective only to the compression processing
ARC: Sets the automatic release time control system. (Sets all compressor and limiter release time ARC) Automatically ARC calculates the release time. If you want to create loudness sound, I recommend to turn it off
IIR-FIR: Sets the dividing filter type. If you want to use for mastering, I recommend to use FIR. FIR filter cause a little latency, but itís no more than 1ms
Gain: Controls the level of each output signal
Input Gain: Controls the level of input signal
Knob: Ctrl+Left-Click -> Fine adjustment of the value. Shift+Left-Click -> Link adjustment of the value. Ctrl+Shift+Left-Click -> Fine link adjustment of the value
VU Meter: Range 0dB < -> -40dB
Try to use it with VST instruments before other effects it makes sound really nice

http://rapidshare.com/files/348646669/Dynamic.zip

the link was deleted.
i found a new one on the "semi" official website: http://rekkerd.org/sweetboy-vst/
STILL TOTALLY FREE
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: yetsky on February 17, 2011, 09:49:53 AM
mga sir baka meron kau drum machine plugin na more on jazz or bossa ang style? or loops for jazz? send naman ng links mga ser. salamat!
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: imacRuel1 on May 07, 2011, 01:31:09 AM
Mga ka-forum... eto po ang share ko ng Free VST Plug-ins...kung meron na po nauna nagpost sa mga nakalist dito...PM na lang po ako para ako na ang kusang magbura... medyo me kahabaan to...But, as long na makakatulong naman para sa lahat...konting tyaga na lang sa pagbasa... :-) Sana din po ok lang sa mga MODS natin to... Goodluck sa lahat...Thanks Philmusic! :mrgreen:

Format:
Name
Install file name
Type
Download url
Description



W1 Limiter
w1limiter
Limiter
http://www.yohng.com/w1limit.html
Freeware clone of Waves L1 limiter.

4Front Piano
4fpiano-win
Instrument
http://www.yohng.com/
-

4Front Bass
4fbass-win
Instrument
http://www.yohng.com/
Bass guitar.

4Front E-Piano
4fepiano-win
Instrument
http://www.yohng.com/
-

4Front Rhode
4frhode-win
Instrument
http://www.yohng.com/
-

TSE B.O.D.
TSE_BOD_1.0
Bass amp sim
http://www.theserinaexperiment.net
-

TS' Secret
TSS
Tubescreamer sim
http://www.bteaudio.com/software/TSS/TSS.html
Version 2.0.

Juicy77
Juicy77
Guitar amp sim
http://www.bteaudio.com/software/Juicy77/Juicy77.html
Good in a bass chain.

Font!SF2
Font!SF2
Soundfont loader
http://freemusicsoftware.org/category/free-vst/soundfont
-

SafFron 2L
SafFron2L
Soundfont loader
http://rekkerd.org/fretted-synth/
-

Haas Delay
vfxFreeHass.1.03-free
Delay
http://www.vescofx.com/vfxFreeHaas
-

TAL Reverb III
TAL-Reverb-3
Reverb
http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products:VST_TAL-Reverb_III
-

VSTplayer
vstplayer
Vst host
http://www.tocca-music.com/
Hosts VSTs, intended for live playback.

EngineersFilter
EngineersFilter_v10.12
Filter
http://www.rs-met.com/
Low, high, band, etc. Can make sharp cuts.

LeCab2
Poulin_LeCab2
Impulse loader
http://lepouplugins.blogspot.com/
6 impulse slots.

Multi Sampled Violin
Depone - Multi Sampled Violin for Kontakt 3 and above
Kontakt instrument
http://www.dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=124005
-

AreYouPrepared
AreYouPreparedKontakt
Kontakt instrument
http://rekkerd.org/freebies-for-native-instruments-kontakt/
Prepared piano.

Djembe
AudioWarriorKontaktDjembe
Kontakt instrument
http://audiowarrior.com/KONTAKT.FreeDjembe.html
-

Magnus Chord Organ
AGL-MagnusChordOrgan
Kontakt instrument
http://audiogeneticslab.com/
-

Tongue Drum
AGL-TongueDrum
Kontakt instrument
http://audiogeneticslab.com/
-

Ice Crystals
Ice Crystals
Kontakt instrument
http://brontoscorpiomusic.blogspot.com/search/label/Kontakt
-

Digi Choir
Digi Choir
Kontakt instrument
http://brontoscorpiomusic.blogspot.com/search/label/Kontakt
-

Tuba
tuba_kontakt
Kontakt instrument
http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/thesoundexchange/make_music/samples/library/tuba/
-

Blanchet
SoniMusicae-Blanchet1720-K2
Kontakt instrument
http://sonimusicae.free.fr
Harpsichord.

Petit Italien
Petit-Italien-Kontakt2
Kontakt instrument
http://sonimusicae.free.fr
Harpsichord.

warm Jazz
WarmJazzFREEK3
Kontakt instrument
-
Jazz guitar.

nick rodes piano
nick rodes piano kontakt 4
Kontakt instrument
-
Rhodes piano.

Music Box
SC-Music-Box
Kontakt instrument
http://www.soniccouture.com/en/free-stuff/
-

Speak&Spell
Speak&Spell
Kontakt instrument
http://www.soniccouture.com/en/free-stuff/
Circuit-bent toy.

Brush Kit
VA-Brush-Kit-NI
Kontakt instrument
http://www.soniccouture.com/en/free-stuff/
Drum set, brushes.

Rockshichord
SC-Rocksichord
Kontakt instrument
http://www.soniccouture.com/en/free-stuff/
Harpsichord.

Hispasonic pack
Hispasonic sampledseries
Kontakt instruments
http://www.hispasonic.com/noticias/dsk-music-presenta-hispasonic-sampled-series/3685
Keys, guitars, saxes, pianos.

WTComp
WTComp
Compressor
http://www.plektronfx.com/downloads.php
-

Torpedo PI
Torpedo_PI-FREE_1.0.2_VST_PC
Guitar amp sim
http://www.two-notes.com/en/Two-Notes-Products/Torpedo-PI-FREE.html
-

FilterGrizzly LITE
CFA-Sound_FilterGrizzly_LITE
Low-pass filter
http://www.cfa-sound.com/
-

Phase AP1
Audiocation_Phase_Install
Phase tool
https://www.audiocation.de/en/plugin
-

Equalizer AQ1
Audiocation_Equalizer_Install
EQ
https://www.audiocation.de/en/plugin
-

Compressor AC1
Audiocation_Compressor_Install
Compressor
https://www.audiocation.de/en/plugin
-

SEQ541
SEQ541-1.0-GPL
MIDI tool
http://seq541.sourceforge.net/
Pattern sequencer.

vladg Molot
molot-r130
Compressor
http://vladgsound.wordpress.com/plugins/molot/
-

TSE 808
TSE808v1.1
Booster
http://www.theserinaexperiment.net
Tubescreamer emulator. You can dig in the insides in the update.

VSTron
VTX-VSTron
Synth
http://www.vetrixmusic.com/
Made for SFX creation.

SM01
SamsaraCycleAudio_SM01_v1.1
Instrument
http://samcycle.blogspot.com/
Melodica.

Swatches
Swatches105
Instrument
http://www.applied-acoustics.com/swatches/overview/
-

LoSynth
LoSynth (losynths.blogspot)
Instrument
http://losynths.blogspot.com/2011/02/losynth-analog-monosynth-vst.html
Detuned synth.

iVF Combo Organ
iVF Combo Organ
Instrument
http://iliadis.orgfree.com/organ.html
Organ.

iBX Organ
iBX Organ
Instrument
http://iliadis.orgfree.com/organ.html
Organ.

Euthymia
Euthymia Electronic Organ V2
Instrument
http://iliadis.orgfree.com/organ.html
Organ.

VH-1 & VH-2
VH-1&VH-2
Instrument
http://iliadis.orgfree.com/organ.html
Two organs.

Tune
Tune
Educational
http://earplugins.eu/
Ear training for EQ frequency bands.

DSP Trigger Free
dspTriggerFree
Recording tool
http://www.audiofront.net/dspTriggerFree.php
Converts drum pad data into MIDI data without needing a drum brain. Free version accepts only two articulations.

Dubb Box
arcdev_dubbox
Delay
http://www.freesoundeditor.com/VSTDelay-Reverbeng.htm
Loosely considered a roland space echo delay sim.

SubScreamer
ignite_amps_ts-999_subscreamer_1_0_0
Gain
http://www.guitarampmodeling.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=13011
Tubescreamer sim.

IR-A-Live
IR-A-Live_1.01
Cab sim
http://www.acmebargig.com/product/ir-a-live2/
Little more complex than a cab sim, doesn't use impulse responses, read about it.

Dominion
dominion_v1.2_PC
-
http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=4
Control a signal's attack and sustain phase, etc.

ckeg
ckeg
Instrument
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=309306&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=75
Lovecraftian horror instrument. Try it.

The Swarm
the_swarm_win
Instrument
http://www.refusesoftware.com/products/feature/15
Synth - bees!

Vinylizer
Vinylizer
Effect
http://www.plektronfx.com/vinylizer.php
Sounds like it's playing on a vinyl.

TAL Plugin Pack
tal-plugins_0.4.tar.gz
Pack
http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Home
All of TAL's plugins.

Digital Delicacies
Puremagnetik_DigitalDelicacies_Kontakt
Kontakt instruments
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ohm-Force-Official/
-

Piky
thecs_piky
Instrument
http://www.thecolorspace.net/software.html
Synth - pluck sounds.

Colorful Series Pack
thecs_colorfulseries
Synth pack
http://www.thecolorspace.net/software.html
-

Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra
sonatina-syphonic-orchestra-1.0
Instrument
http://sso.mattiaswestlund.net/
Orchestra vst comprised of free samples.

Spicy Guitar
spicyguitar_win
Instrument
http://www.spicyguitar.com/
Acoustic guitar sim.

iAm-K3m Drums Free
iAM_K3m_Drums_Free
Samples
http://www.goldbaby.co.nz/freestuff.html
Electronic drum samples.

Ebow Textures
ebowfree_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Guitar ebow samples.

Granular Bottles
granularbottles_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Percussive samples of bottles.

Granular Kitchen
gran_kitchen_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Kitchen utensils, percussion.

Music Box
music_box_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Music box.

Washing Machine and Dryer Loops and Hits
washerdryer_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Percussive hits of a washer and dryer combo.

Button Accordion
Button_Ac_FREE_KTK
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

Medieval Psaltery
Psaltery_FREE_K2EXS
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
Medieval string instrument, irl it's monophonic.

Toy and African Marimbas
Marimbas_FREE
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

Soprano and Baritone African Marimbas
Soprano_Bari_Marimba_FREE
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

DIY Music Box
DIY_MusBox_K2
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

Thumb Piano
Thumb_Piano
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

Mini Sax
Mini_Sax
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
$40 one-octave sax from Venice Beach.

Music Maker V2
Music_Maker_V2
Kontakt instrument
http://www.boldersounds.net/
-

Continuous Velocity Piano
CVPiano
Instrument
http://www.ftptascam.com/media/downloads/CVPiano.zip
Piano.

BootEQ mkII
BootEQmkII_2.1.1
EQ
http://varietyofsound.wordpress.com/downloads/
EQ and preamp sim.

ReaPlugs
reaplugs20-install
Plugin pack
http://www.reaper.fm/reaplugs/
The plugins from DAW Reaper.

IIEQ
IIEQ
EQ
http://www.ddmf.eu/freeware.php
10-band parametric.

Morcky IIEQ
IIEQalt
EQ
http://www.ddmf.eu/freeware.php
IIEQ with a skin providing visualization.

Paris EQ
ParisEQ11
EQ
http://www.hometracked.com/2007/05/09/download-the-paris-eq-vst/
4-band parametric.

DX Reverb Light
asdxrl20
Reverb
http://www.anwida.com/download.asp
-

Bionic Delay
bionicdelay1_2
Delay
http://www.interruptor.ch/vst_overview.shtml
-

Echomania
echomania1_1
Delay
http://www.interruptor.ch/vst_overview.shtml
CPU-intensive.

Wow & Flutter
wow_n_flutter_1_0
Analog sim
http://www.interruptor.ch/vst_overview.shtml
Emulates the playback speed imperfections of the pre-digital era.


Echolive
echolive1_0
Tempo
http://www.interruptor.ch/vst_overview.shtml
For live use.

Dub Siren
dubsiren1_3
Instrument
http://www.interruptor.ch/vst_overview.shtml
Makes siren sounds.

Atlantis VSTi beta 0.9p
atlantis-09p
Instrument
http://jeremyevers.com/downloads/
Synth.

Atlantis Preset Collection
atlantis_preset_collection_1
Presets
http://jeremyevers.com/downloads/
-

Stringer
stringer_12_setup
Instrument
http://www.vstplanet.com/Instruments/VST_Synthesizers3.htm
Synth orchestra pad.

TB TimeMachine
TB_Plugins_v1.6_x86
Sampler
http://www.toneboosters.com/tb-timemachine/
Emulates old-fashioned samplers with aliasing and low-bit effects.

BuzComp Free
buzcompfree_v12
Compressor pack
http://www.x-buz.com/BuzCompFree.html
Four compressors. Try GranComp3.

Auto Gate/Expander
autogate
Dynamics
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
Stereo expander, HPF, LPF, Compressor, gate.

Side Chain Gate/Expander
sidechgate
Dynamics
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
Same as auto gate/expander.

CompactDistortion
cdist
Distortion
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
Distortion, LPF.

LinearPhaseGraphicEQ 2
lpgeq2
EQ
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
Graphic EQ.

CatDelay
CatDelay_1_3
Delay
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
Stereo delay.

C3 Multiband Compressor
c3multibandcomp_1_2
Compressor
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
-

Side Chain Compressor
SideChComp
Compressor
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
-

StereoCompressor/MonauralCompressor
StCompMnComp
Compressor
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
-

4poleLPF
4poleLPF
Low-pass filter
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
-

SimpleTremolo
S_Trem
Tremolo sim
http://www.geocities.jp/webmaster_of_sss/vst/#c3
-

FL4TT3RY 2
FL4TT3RY2
Compressor
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
Bus compressor.

L3V3LL3R
L3V3LL3R
Compressor
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
-

L3V3LL3R-X3
L3V3LL3R-X3
Compressor
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
Multiband L3V3LL3R.

G8
G8
Noise gate
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
-

IQ4gui
IQ4gui
Dynamics
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
-

VelocityCurveSM
VelocityCurveSM
MIDI tool
http://platinumears.com/plugins.html
Allows you to scale midi velocity values in and out.

MjMultibandCompressor
MjMultibandCompressor-2003-11-15
Compressor
http://magnus.smartelectronix.com/#MjMultibandCompressor
4-band.



MjRotoDelay
MjRotoDelay-win-vst-2003-11-30
Delay
http://magnus.smartelectronix.com/#MjMultibandCompressor
Delay/chorus/flanger/lofi/stereo widener/pitch shifter.

MjCompressor
MjCompressor-win-vst-2006-04-25
Compressor
http://magnus.smartelectronix.com/#MjMultibandCompressor
-

MjHarmonicPingOnly
MjHarmonicPingOnly-win-vst-2005-08-24
Instrument
http://magnus.smartelectronix.com/#MjMultibandCompressor


Synth.

T-SLEDGE
T-SLEDGE149

Compressor
http://rekkerd.org/sweetboy-vst/
Multi-band.

SH-1
SH-1_130
Plugin pack
http://rekkerd.org/sweetboy-vst/
Graphic EQ, delay, LFO, reverb, phaseshifter, chorus, filter.


Glacier
LinEQ020
EQ
http://rekkerd.org/sweetboy-vst/
Linear phase EQ.

RDR
RDR101
Dither
http://rekkerd.org/sweetboy-vst/
-

SS106
SS106
Plugin pack
Dynamics, chorus, filter, LFO, stereo enhancer, slider.


How to Listen (public beta)
How To Listen (Public) 2.0.3 Setup
Educational
http://harmanhowtolisten.blogspot.com/
Audio engineering training software.

Fairlight Series II Choral 5
Fairlight Series II Choral 5
Kontakt Instrument
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=314565
8-bit choir.

EII Bosendorfer Piano
EII_Bosendorfer
Kontakt Instrument
http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2011/04/02/free-fairlight-series-ii-choral-v-kontakt-4-patch-by-hideawaystudio/#more-3732
Piano.

EII Marcato Strings
EII Marcato Strings
Kontakt instrument
http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2011/04/02/free-fairlight-series-ii-choral-v-kontakt-4-patch-by-hideawaystudio/#more-3732
-

Bricasti M7 Impulses
Bricasti M7
Impulses
-
Drum room impulses.

Sequential Prophet 2002 Guitar
SCI Prophet 2K2_ Preset 3 Guitar
Kontakt instrument
http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2011/04/02/free-fairlight-series-ii-choral-v-kontakt-4-patch-by-hideawaystudio/#more-3732
-

DIY Tube Harpsichord
DIY Tube Harpsichord
Kontakt instrument
http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2011/04/02/free-fairlight-series-ii-choral-v-kontakt-4-patch-by-hideawaystudio/#more-3732
-

Moscow Disco
WaveShaper - Marsh UDS [Free Kit]
Instrument
http://waveshaper.bandcamp.com/album/moscow-disco-full-pro
Electronic drum set.

12bit Drummer
WaveShaper - 12bit drummer [Free kit]
Instrument
http://waveshaper.bandcamp.com/album/12bit-drummer-full
Drums.
Aluminium / White Metal
WaveShaper - Aluminium
[Free Kit]
Instrument
http://waveshaper.bandcamp.com/album/aluminium-white-metal
Electronic drums.

BugPack
BugPack
Plugin pack
http://www.betabugsaudio.com/plugs.php
-

Rev-1 Pro
Rev-1 Pro_Installer
Reverb/Delay
https://www.ntsaudio.com/products/audio-plugins.html?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage-ask.tpl&product_id=28&category_id=7
-

Dub Expander
ASL SoundLab Dub Expander VST
Enhancer
http://www.aslsoundlab.com/dub-expander-free-vst
Makes dubstep bass lines sound bigger. Magically.

Airwall
airwall
Stereo enhancer
http://synthedit.ojaru.jp/VST/index_e.html
-

Magnetwall
magnetwall
Chorus
http://synthedit.ojaru.jp/VST/index_e.html
-

Soundtypo
soundtypo
Soundfont player
http://synthedit.ojaru.jp/VST/index_e.html
-

XTT
xtt
Sampler
http://synthedit.ojaru.jp/VST/index_e.html
-

Heptode Virtual Deep Crunch
Heptode_DeepCrunch_V102
Distortion
http://www.heptode.com/vst_plugins.html
-

Heptode Virtual Heavy Tone
Heptode_HeavyTone_V102
Distortion
http://www.heptode.com/vst_plugins.html
-

12Ax7 Rotary Perc Organ
12AX7 Rotary Perc Organ
Kontakt instrument
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=315590
-

Nasty Drumatix
Pro-Tone_Elements_008_-_Nasty_Drumatix
Kontakt instrument
http://www.pro-tone.eu/?p=2537
Early 80's drum machines.

ProTone nki's 1-7
ProTone nki's 1-7
Kontakt instrument pack
http://www.pro-tone.eu/?p=2537
The first seven Kontakt instruments from ProTone.

Rough Rider
WIN_rough_1001
Compressor
http://www.audiodamage.com/downloads/
Ratio up to 1000:1.

Pulse Modulator
WIN_pm
Tremolo/LFO
http://www.audiodamage.com/downloads/
-

FuzzPlus 2.2
WIN_fuzzplus2VST
Distortion
http://www.audiodamage.com/downloads/
-

R-Peg
R-Peg
MIDI arpeggiator
http://amvst.com/node/194
-

Flexibeatzii
flexibeatziiinstaller
Wav editor/step sequencer
http://flexibeatz.weebly.com/index.html
-

Triode
Triode
Preamp
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

SubFilterII
SubFilterII
Hipass filter
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

HyperFilter
HyperFilter
Lowpass filter
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

SimpleQ
SimpleQ
Shelving filter
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

Saturator
Saturator
Tape saturator
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

Flipper
Flipper
Phase inverter
http://www.rocksonics.com/FreePlugs.htm
-

TSE X50
TSE_X50_B2
Amp sim
http://www.theserinaexperiment.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=85
5150 emulator. Beta.

LoSynth
LoSynth
Instrument
http://losynths.blogspot.com/
Dirty synth.

Seven
seven
Instrument
http://www.bluenoise.no.
Synth.

Mountain Echo
mountainecho
Tape delay
http://www.bluenoise.no.
-

Theremin
theremin1
Instrument
http://www.bluenoise.no.
Theremin!

StereoTool
Flux_StereoTool_Windows_Installer_(2.2.0.7094)
Stereo widener
https://www.fluxhome.com/download
-

BitterSweetII
Flux_BitterSweetII_Windows_Installer_(2.2.0.7094)
-
https://www.fluxhome.com/download
-

FreeG
Sonalksis Plugin Manager Installer
Extended master fader
http://www.sonalksis.com/freeg.htm
Download plugin manager, install plugin.


ampLion Free
ampLionFree100Win
Guitar amp sim
http://www.audiffex.com/EN/amplion/444/amplion-free.html
-

God's Cab 1.2
Gods_Cab_1.2
Cabinet impulse responses
http://signalsaudio.com/free/Gods_Cab_1.2.zip
-

S(m)exoscope
s(m)exosope_20040403
Waveform visualizer
http://bram.smartelectronix.com/plugins.php?id=4
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 22, 2011, 02:05:39 AM
Lupet nyo sir Jojo!!! Ano favorite ninyo sa mga plugins na yan? :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: samuelfianza on June 22, 2011, 03:15:09 AM
Try Nyo ito:
http://www.voxengo.com/product/stereotouch/

Good for Center-panned Tracks.


May masu-suggest ba kayo na similar plugin dito?
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: imacRuel1 on June 22, 2011, 10:00:55 AM
Lupet nyo sir Jojo!!! Ano favorite ninyo sa mga plugins na yan? :-D

Not into too much plug-ins bro... kung ano rin lang ang gusto ko sa gitara at vocals na effects... comp/limiter, reverb/chorus, eq, etc. I just saw these in a torrent forum & copy/paste everything that's in it & share it here...Actually...meron pa isang lists at mas mahaba kesa dito sa una kong inilagay... pero baka mapag-initan pa ko o di lang magustuhan ng nakararami. :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: soundvent_ph on July 19, 2011, 02:07:23 PM
mga sir, baka may Acoustic simulator plug in kayo na alam for guitar..  :-D
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: muhammadsarmad on March 01, 2012, 08:13:30 PM
also check this out
for free plugins
http://blastingsound.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: joshuacarlos on June 26, 2012, 11:05:08 AM
sir how about for vocals? any recommendations? do i need plug-ins for that? i use line 6 toneport ux1 and ableton live 8
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: xelalien on August 05, 2012, 09:57:15 PM
lotsa free VST's here as well:

(http://www.tweakbench.com/img/tweakbench_free_vst_instruments_and_effects.png)

http://www.tweakbench.com/

:)
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: palaka on February 20, 2013, 03:13:50 PM
sir ba ka may mga de-esser plug-in pa po?salamat
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: KitC on February 20, 2013, 09:50:27 PM
try the Spitfish from here:

http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=5
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: palaka on February 23, 2013, 09:33:06 AM
salamat sir sa link, natry ko na po yung sa link ok din po sya.
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on June 07, 2013, 03:19:49 AM
lotsa free VST's here as well:

(http://www.tweakbench.com/img/tweakbench_free_vst_instruments_and_effects.png)

http://www.tweakbench.com/

:)

Salamat ng marami bro..
Title: Re: The Free Plug Ins and Soundfonts Thread
Post by: chiqgarcia on February 28, 2014, 10:53:49 PM
meron bang 'VST catalog software' like those dvd/movie catalog software?