- 4x internal oversampling
- 1.4->1.8% avarage cpu usage on a Intel Q6600.
- SSE2 extensions
Get it from tseaudio.com: TSE X30
Get it from tseaudio.com: TSE X30
Krush is a lively bit-crusher and a bit more. With its bit crushing and downsampling algorithms, Krush combines the crispy taste of the digital realm with the warmth of its drive stage and analog modeled resonant filters. A modulation section allows you to quickly add extra life to the sound by modulating any parameter. The sound palette produced by Krush ranges from the dirtiest digital effects to crunchy modulated colours, with all the classic and weirdest bit-crushing effects in between.
Protoverb is an experimental reverb based on the idea of a "room simulator". Most algorithmic reverbs try to avoid resonances or model the reflections of sound from a rooms walls. Protoverb does the opposite. It builds up as many room resonances as possible, modeling the body of air in the room. It therefore does not need to modulate or colour the signal. The result is a very natural sounding reverbration with some interesting features: Long standing frequencies resonate louder, as if the air takes some time to get excited. Multiple instruments don't mash into a diffuse mud, they stay distinct. If you play a short melody, the room seems to repeat a ghost echo of that melody. Those properties are indeed found in churches and large halls, but they're rarely found in conventional algorithmic reverbs.
The Pecheneg VST plugin is a tremolo effect, which has the possibility to adjust the shape of the tremolo modulating curve and to synchronize the frequency with a host, or set it manually.
When synchronizing with a host (Tempo: host), the tremolo frequency is adjusted by the knob, which sets the modulation period, while the note type (regular, dotted or triplet) can be selected below the knob. When set manually (Tempo: man), the tremolo frequency (in Hz) can be set directly with the knob.
The Shape, Phase and Symm knobs set the wave form of the modulation, with the amount of modulation set by the Depth knob.
Get it from pechenegfx.blogspot.nl: Pecheneg Tremolo VST plugin
It is a easy to use, good sounding chorus vst plugin. If you don't want to deal with tons of parameters try TAL-Chorus-LX. This VST is inspired by the Roland Juno-60 chorus and is a simple but powerful tool.
- Characteristics of the Juno-60 chorus.
- 2 different modes.
- Dry/Wet control.
- Volume knob.
- Only stereo channels supported.
Get it from tal-software.com: TAL-Chorus-LX
TSC 808 Core is an Free audio plugin based on a Ibanez® TS-808® guitar pedal.
- Modeling circuit based on a Ibanez® TS-808®
- Mod switch: "808" for a default sound of the Ibanez® TS-808® and "Mod" for getting a cleaner sound with slightly more bass when "Drive" is at the minimum
- Low CPU usage
- Stereo and Mono modes
- Low ( 2x oversampling) and High (4x oversampling) Quality switch
Get it from mercuriall.com: TSC 808 Core
MFreeEffectsBundle contains a set of audio effects, which are completely free. MeldaProduction’s MFreeEffectsBundle contains 30 free audio plugins. You can extend the features of these free plugins at any time by purchasing a licence. The bundle is a package of tools and utilities in Windows and Mac VST and AU formats with 32 and 64-bit options. The free plugins have some limitations, but they’re still really good options for being freeware.
Once you hear what Plugin Alliance products can do for your music, you’re going to want more and more of them. Plugin Alliance is so confident of this that they offering, totally free, a collection of awesome sounding and extremely useful plugins from Brainworx, elysia and SPL. From the Brainworx bx_cleansweep V2, which features the same analog-style filters found on the flagship bx_digital V3, to the elysia niveau filter, a simple but extremely musical tone shaper, these plugins all share technology with their more famous older brothers.
- 64-bit internal processing
- 16X/8X/no oversampling
- symmetrical/asymmetrical clipping
- classic/punchy mode
- input level adjustment
- mono/stereo processing
- 64/32-bit versions
Minimum system requirements
- OS Vista or higher
- DAW 64/32-bit compatible with VST2 support
- CPU Intel Core 2 or newer
- RAM 2 GB
- Disk Space 5 MB
Get it from nsp-vst.ru: Over Diver od82o
Basslane is the original freeware classic used in countless productions to narrow the stereo width of low frequencies in tracks and mixes. This is useful when mixing to regain bass tightness and prevent “muddy” mixes caused by a too wide low end. Basslane is also very useful when mastering and especially when mastering for vinyl records. It allows you to transparently prevent problematic stereo content in the low frequencies.
Get it from toneprojects.com: Basslane