Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Symphonic Ensemble - Free Modulation Vst Effect

The Symphonic Ensemble is a Vst plugin inspired on the Chorus / Ensemble modules found on some very well known vintage Strings Machines.

It is a special kind of Chorus in the way that employs three independent stages of chorus linked in parallel, modulated at a different phase and rate each, and then mixed with the original sound to impart that so much characteristic Strings Ensemble sound. It is a far more richer effect than chorus by it self and it can instantly turn any harsh or dull wave form into something organic and alive.

Initially and because this was an effect only found on strings machines, some may say that it is most vocationed for synthesized sounds butusing it on guitars can be very rewarding too, as for other sound materials?, well its up to the users taste of course, but here experimentation is a must. The controllers are very few, meaning that with little tweaking you can get "That" sound right there on the spot.

The Symphonic Ensemble is fully automatable and has the ability to store 32.


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

2 STEP - Free Filter Vst Effect

2 STEP is a double variable filters.
This unit features twin step LFOs that modulate two state variable filters, each acting upon a different stereo channel.
The device syncs to host tempo and works best for adding interest to high percussion audio loops.


Monday, April 10, 2017

Auto filter v2.0 - Free Filter Vst Effect

Auto Filter is a kind of a Wah-Effect with choice of Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Notch and more filter types.


TAL-Filter II - Free Filter Vst Effect

TAL-Filter-2 is a host synced filter module with different filter types, panorama and volume modulation possibilities.

The device includes all 4x oversampled TAL-NoiseMaker filters: LP 24 dB, LP 18dB, LP 12dB, LP 6dB, HP 12 dB, BP 12dB, N 12 dB. Its possible to saturate / distort the input signal by raising the input volume with the input control (only if you use a filter as modulation type). It's also possible to modulate the panorama or volume of an incoming signal. This can be used for tremolo or trance gate effects. Panorama modulation maybe is useful to pan your percussion, hats or sound effects in the stereo room for more interesting rythms and sounds.

Create host / beat synced modulations.

Easy to use graphical editor (double click deletes points, a click adds one).
4x oversampled TAL-NoiseMaker filters.
Different filter types: LP 24 dB, LP 18dB, LP 12dB, LP 6dB, HP 12 dB, BP 12dB, N 12 dB.
Its possible to saturate / distort the input signal by raising the input volume (only for filters).
Panorama modulation.
Volume modulation.
Different modulation tempo (x1, x2, .. x32).
Depth control as a simple way to control the modulation intensity.


Tuesday, March 28, 2017

easy-iQ-one - Free Equalizer Vst Effect

easy-iQ-one is a vintage 3 band EQ for a warm bold and loud sound, or fine sound design...

3 band EQ (Low-Mid-High).
Gain – Warm Shaper – and warm diffusor module.
Very Low CPU Load.
16 Patches (10 Presets).


Equalizer AQ1 - Free Equalizer Vst Effect

Equalizer AQ1 is a parametric EQ plug-in optimized for low CPU usage whilst maintaining the highest precision in signal processing. The input and output level of the plug-in can be adjusted separately. While with typical digital equalizers one control would be redundant (since the process of filtering is linear), these controls gives you the control about the analogue modelled gain stages.


Equilibre - Free Equalizer Vst Effect

Equilibre uses double precision EQ and oversampling in the critical parts of the filter structure.

This is a very good sounding equalizer with minimal digital artifacts and firm bass and analog shaped curves for that airy nice high frequencies. It has a practical and intuitive GUI. Well suited for mixing and mastering.

High pass filter (2-8 pole).
Low shelf filter (2 pole).
4 peak filters (2 pole).
High shelf filter (2 pole).
Low pass filter (2-8 pole).
Indicator lights on each band
Mute / solo on each band.
Stereo, mid or side processing on each band.
A|B comparison buttons.
Input level knob.
Saturation amount knob.
FFT display with bars or graph.
RMS and peak meters.
Frequency response graph with controllable nodes.
Left click mouse over and under node center to change Q.
Off/On switch.
Ctrl + left mouse click to default knobs.
Shift + left mouse click and drag to get precise knob movement.