lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2015

Smartelectronix AnalogDelay

It consist in a delay unit followed by a 2nd order lowpass filter with saturation. The delay-time can evolve between 0 and max-delay which lets you be very accurate. You can also synchronise the delay to the tempo with different resolutions from 1/128 to 1 bar and control the way the delay-time is interpolated with the kind of interpolation and the time-constant.

sábado, 21 de noviembre de 2015


MaxSynths has announced that its Bass Module, Crisalys, Cryologic, DR-910, Latte, Nero, and WTS-1 instrument plugins and DSP-3 Bus, DSP-2 Vocal, and DSP-1 Drums effect plugins are now available as freeware.

miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2015

TDR Nova

NOVA is a parallel dynamic equalizer. Appearing in the familiar layout of a parametric equalizer, each band also includes a full featured dynamics section allowing the processor to cover an impressively wide range of applications. Be it a master lacking density, the drum bus asking for more crispiness, or a sibilance problem in your perfect take: NOVA has an elegant answer.

A user friendly WYSIWYG drag and drop display paired with a classic “knob” interface gives quick and smooth access to the various parameters driving NOVA’s powerful processing capabilities. With its four dynamic EQ bands and additional high-pass and low-pass filter sections, NOVA can meet the most exotic demand. Intuitive equal loudness functions help finding the optimal setting without getting distracted by loudness differences.

In practice, the processor covers a whole bucket of tasks:

Parametric equalization
Dynamic equalization
Frequency selective compression/expansion
Multi-band compression/expansion
Wideband compression


Charisma Synth

the Charisma Blue Synth.
New: Filter-Section with 9 different settings LP1, LP2, HP1, HP2, Moog, LP+Resonance, HP+Resonance, Band Pass+Resonance, Band Reject+Resonance.
And the LFO became a new Destination Filter Resonance.

martes, 10 de noviembre de 2015

Noisebud Midsider

Midsider will help those who work with Reaper to add mid/side capabilities to any plugin with a minimum of setup. Check the tutorial video, you’ll be mid/side’ing in no time.

If you use Midsider for creative effects, remember that anything added to just the side signal will be lost in mono. Use our plugin Leaky or use other methods to add some of your effect to the mid channel as well.

jueves, 5 de noviembre de 2015

Sanford rev + delay

Sanford Reverb was originally priced at $25 when it was first released back in March 2009. The plugin was updated to v2.0 in July that same year, with the price increased to $35 for the full version. The brand new v2.1 iteration of Sanford Reverb is completely free to download from the developer’s website and also compatible with 64-bit systems. This is the third Sanford Sound Design product that was re-released as freeware this year, following Sanford Delay and Bass Tightener.

The plugin is one of the most versatile freeware reverbs on today’s market, at least when it comes to 64-bit compatible products. Sanford Reverb offers ultra precise control over early reflections (three early reflection points per stereo channel with time, pan and level parameters), global pre-delay, time and damp controls, MIDI learn, modulation for emulating cavernous spaces and a pair of filters for tone control. The plugin also features freeze mode for creative sound design. Freeze is one of the most fun features you can find in a reverb effect, definitely worth experimenting with. It works great for enhancing the sound of soloed instruments, lush vocals, or even those huge EDM style build-ups.
The CPU usage is surprisingly low for a reverb plugin. During our test on a single core Intel processor in MuLab 6, the CPU hit never exceeded 3% for a single instance of Sanford Reverb. The plugin strikes a nice balance between a quality reverb sound and low resource consumption, which are the two main qualities of a good reverb effect for everyday use in mixing situations.