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RefD
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 5:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

drissa wrote:
Did anyone mention Frohmage yet?


the name sounds cheesy.










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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 3:59 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

RefD wrote:
another freebie but in AU format:

"SonicBirth is an AudioUnit designing application. The first in its category, it allows users to build their own AudioUnit plugins, either by working with existing circuits or by creating circuits completely from scratch. SonicBirth is also a free AudioUnits package, as it comes bundled with a set of plugins designed for standalone use as plugins as well as pre-constructed circuits to modify or build upon for creating new plugins. Whether you're looking for traditional eqs, compressors, and reverbs, or softsynths, distortion, and filters, etc., SonicBirth allows you unprecedented freedom and creativity over your sound."


http://sonicbirth.sourceforge.net/


i just grabbed sonicbirth the other day. very cool so far. already exported an AU plugin and had it work just fine in Digital Performer, too. but i still have lots of exploration and learning to do.

are there any online resources for sonicbirth? the manual's a little bit barebones and haven't had any luck finding specific answers in the forum either.
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RefD
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:40 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

more free Windows VST plugs here:

http://www.gvst.co.uk/index.htm
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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 4:17 pm    Post subject: Re: re: plug in softwre resources Applejack Reply with quote

creature.of.habit wrote:
tonebass11211 wrote:
Today the G5 at studio G refused to open Pro Tools, it would only display the dreaded DAE error -1.
After trying all ye olde tricks to get Pro Tools to wake up, I
downloaded a super cool program called APPLEJACK at
http://applejack.sourceforge.net/
This is a shell script for cleaning up the mess left by system crashes: disk directory errors, buggy caches, corrupted preferences, etc.
Ran the script and was amazed...
This program really worked for us today.
After restarting, Pro tools opened and ran without a hitch.
Thank you Applejack and Tom Cassell for sharing this one.

Tony Maimone
studio G Brooklyn


do you fellas know of anything similar to this for PC/Windows platforms? i could really use it..

also, not to make a thread out of it, is there a way to use plugs destined for protools only with other programs? any kind of "emulator" or something of that kind out there? i would love to buy and be able to use the abbey road emi limiter (http://www.thomann.de/thoiw10_artikel-194160.html) with reaper..400 bucks, and i'm sure worth every cent.

thanks in advance!




dial a fix

greatest program for this type of thing out there. it's great for xp and below, but - DONT USE IT FOR VISTA.

super safe for xp. i've used it thousands of times (i used to work for a computer repair shop) to great affect.
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kataStatik
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 11:01 am    Post subject: Intelligent Devices New plug-ins Reply with quote

Hello recording/producing/mixing, Tape Op lovers!

I wanted to let you know that Intelligent Devices (Stephen St. Croix's old company) recently released three new cross-platform VST plug-ins (soon to be available in RTAS and AU formats as well), and we're trying to get the word out.

They are:

The Marshall Time Modulator - the only authorized digital version of a seminal piece of processing hardware (and arguably the best one of the flangers EVER)

Slip-N-Slide - a spectral interpolator - has to be heard to be understood

and

MegaDelayMass - a 100 (that's right, ONE HUNDRED) tap delay

All available for download direct from the front page without registration.

http://proaudio.intdevices.com

LOTS of audio examples. Take a listen and a look.

8 day fully functional demos.

Interested?

thanks,
chris
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:36 am    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

I don't remember how I found out about these, but I've been playing with them again lately and they're just too good not share. Free VST softsynths with interfaces and sound inspired by the Yamaha CS-5, Octave Kitten, Rowland SH-2 and EDP Gnat. Tested in Reaper on WinXP with a 5 year old laptop. They may not sound anything like the real ones, but they are good in their own right. Check them out. Seriously. Good.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/lisa.millington/
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Moe Shinola
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:24 am    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

I'm new to this forum, and I'd like to introduce myself by offering this link to my patchbanks for freeware softsynth plugins. The banks for Crystal and Phobia Station have had the most DLs, and I'm also really proud of the banks I made for NitreousPM, Fearkiller X2, Godkiller III and p6002. Hope you like.

http://rekkerd.org/patches/author/moe-shinola/
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Moe Shinola
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 6:44 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

dubphaser wrote:
I don't remember how I found out about these, but I've been playing with them again lately and they're just too good not share. Free VST softsynths with interfaces and sound inspired by the Yamaha CS-5, Octave Kitten, Rowland SH-2 and EDP Gnat. Tested in Reaper on WinXP with a 5 year old laptop. They may not sound anything like the real ones, but they are good in their own right. Check them out. Seriously. Good.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/lisa.millington/



Oh yeah those are great! I made a controller map for the Krolar(SH-2) on my Novation Nocturne 25. It's uncomplicated and only takes 2 pages, I think, but I love the sounds.
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Curtis Franklin
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:14 am    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

Flux has Bittersweet (saturation) and Stereo Tool (a stereo tool)

SPL has the FreeRanger (a free version of their EQ Rangers)

Brainworx has bx_solo and bx_cleansweep for free.

PSP just came out with an EQ that they have on special for $60 (nearly free)

ircam Tools HEar (encodes a surround mix to binaural) is killer and it is about $60 as well. Pretty cheap for magic (magick)
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 6:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

The new SoundToys Little PrimalTap delay plugin is free until March 28

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2014/&rc=328-2003-677
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losrebellos
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 5:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Plugin/Software resources Reply with quote

Not that much a commercial post but more of a usefull hint...
Me and a friend just developed an iOS pocket library for microphones. You can check mics tech specs and compare their responses with it.
Check Rs here: http://losrebellos.com
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