The VREV-666 is a very rare spring reverb from the 1960s that was first designed to alter the apparent acoustic properties of listening environments. Originally built for the BBC, this compact studio legend oozes the typical rich, bouncy, and unpredictable vibe of a true electromechanical reverb in a very authentic way
Our entire line of products is fully compatible with the VST, VST3, AAX and AU plugin formats and runs on Mac OS and Windows.
LoudMax is a Look-Ahead Brickwall Loudness Maximizer Plugin with a clean transparent sound. It is designed to retain the original character of the music as much as possible even at high compression levels.
LoudMax is available as VST 2.4 and VST 3 Plugin for Windows and Mac OS X, Audio Unit Plugin for Mac OS X, LADSPA Plugin for Linux x86 and as Winamp Plugin.
A SSE2-capable CPU is necessary (Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64 or newer) on Windows and Linux.
The Mac OS X Plugins are “Universal 2 Binaries” with support for Intel Mac and ARM64 based Silicon.
The notarized Mac version was created with the friendly support of the guys from PlugInGuru.
For the users of older MAC OS a legacy version is available. The legacy Audio Unit version was built with Symbiosis from NuEdge Development.
The Linux Plugin has no meters since LADSPA doesn´t support a custom GUI. But it supports 5.1 surround modes. See README file in the LADSPA zip package for further informations.
With the modulation FX in Space, you can completely transform your reverb’s sound. Included FX modes are Pitch, Chorus, Flanger, and Phaser Rather than adding the FX to the entire sound, it only affects the reverb signal. For example, you can make the reverb have a psychedelic effect by adding a phaser or flanger.
Combining these powerful FX with the built in distortion, EQ, and filter, there’s limitless possibilities of how you can transform your reverb.
Space Lite is available to download as a 64-bit plugin for Windows and Mac in VST/VST3, AU, and AAX formats.
Isol8 is an advanced mix monitoring tool. It divides the frequency range into 5 bands.
These 5 bands can be soloed or muted individually. This will help you to concentrate on certain frequency ranges during the mixing and mastering process.
On top you can use ISLO8 as a flexible multi-band splitter with following complex plugin chains. The split signal can finally be mixed together.
Isol8 is originally designed to be used on the master track, but it can also be used on individual audio track busses.
5 adjustable frequency bands
Solo/mute function for each band individually
Linkwitz-Riley crossover filter design
24/48dB/Oct filter slope
Multiple filter channel modes (Stereo/Left/Right/Mid/Side)
Multiple monitor modes (Stereo/Left/Right/Mid/Side)
In-place or centered monitoring
Adjustable output level
Loudness dim function
Multi channel split
Large and easy to use GUI
64-bit internal processing
GSat+ is an exclusive saturation plug-in featuring an incredible saturation algorithm, VU meters, clip protection and over sampling. Although derived from the saturation module in our CS5501 channel strip plug-in, the team at Gearspace.com suggested a few new tricks and features that we’ve incorporated to help make this plug-in stand alone as a superb tool that will cover all your saturation needs.
Saturation with three different “tube-based” character modes
10 filter bands with 12 dB of negative and positive gain.
Low-shelf, high-shelf and 8 peak notches with two having the option to be shelves or bell shapes by toggling the bell buttons below the filters.
Analog-inspired saturation circuit. When the drive is set to 0, the drive is bypassed, any values higher than 0 engage the saturation circuit.
Proportional Q controlled by the gain of each filter. Gain values above 0 gradually thin the Q value. The negative end of the gain range has a much thinner Q than the positive end, so it’s great for cutting unwanted frequencies.
Trim knob to control the overall volume of the plugin.
Fully DAW-compatible automation parameters for each control.
Toggle button to turn off shadows. This helps under-powered laptops that lag when using the user interface.
Exclusively for KEYS readers Baby Audio offers the delay plugin Keylay for download. Behind it is a creative weapon based on the plugin Comeback Kid. For example, tempo-synchronized, dotted or triplet delays can be created as delays. Ping-pongs can also be implemented without any problems. A free mode gives room for individual delay times that are not bound to the song tempo. A ducker expands the possibilities, for example, to discreetly enrich kick drums with delays. Also included are four exclusive presets that were screwed by KEYS author Carl-Philipp Schmeller. The original and effect signals can be controlled separately. Keylay supports the formats VST, AU and AAX.
SPARTA is a collection of flexible VST audio plug-ins for spatial audio production, reproduction and visualisation, developed primarily by members of the Acoustics Lab at Aalto University, Finland.
• Download links of current and past versions can be found here.
• The suite has been formally presented in this publication, with the source code made available here (GPLv3 license).
• The SPARTA installer also includes the COMPASS suite, the HO-DirAC suite, CroPaC Binaural Decoder, and the HO-SIRR room impulse response renderer. These plug-ins employ parametric processing and are signal-dependent, aiming to go beyond conventional linear Ambisonics by extracting meaningful parameters over time and subsequently employing them to map the input to the output in a more informed manner.
• For the curious researchers and/or spatial audio developers: note that the plugins included in the SPARTA installer are all built using the open-source Spatial_Audio_Framework (SAF).
List of plug-ins included in the SPARTA installerThe SPARTA suite: • sparta_ambiBIN – A binaural ambisonic decoder (up to 7th order) with a built-in SOFA loader and head-tracking support via OSC messages. Includes: Least-Squares (LS), spatial re-sampling (SPR), time-alignment (TA), and magnitude least-squares (Mag-LS) decoding options. • sparta_ambiDEC – A frequency-dependent loudspeaker ambisonic decoder (up to 7th order) with user specifiable loudspeaker directions (up to 64), which may be optionally imported via JSON configuration files. Includes: All-Round (AllRAD), Energy-Preserving (EPAD), Spatial (SAD), and Mode-Matching (MMD) ambisonic decoding options. The loudspeaker signals may also be binauralised for headphone playback. • sparta_ambiDRC – A frequency-dependent dynamic range compressor for ambisonic signals (up to 7th order). • sparta_ambiENC – An ambisonic encoder/panner (up to 7th order), with support for up to 64 input channels; the directions for which may also be imported via JSON configuration files. • sparta_ambiRoomSim – A shoebox room simulator based on the image-source method, supporting multiple sources and ambisonic receivers.. • sparta_array2sh – A microphone array spatial encoder (up to 7th order), with presets for several commercially available A-format and higher-order microphone arrays. The plug-in can also present objective evaluation metrics for the currently selected configuration. • sparta_beamformer – A spherical harmonic domain beamforming plug-in with multiple beamforming strategies (up to 64 output beams). • sparta_binauraliser – A binaural panner (up to 64 input channels) with a built-in SOFA loader and head-tracking support via OSC messages. • sparta_decorrelator – A simple multi-channel signal decorrelator (up to 64 input channels). • sparta_dirass – A sound-field visualiser based on re-assigning the energy of beamformers. This re-assigment is based on DoA estimates extracted from “spatially-constrained” regions, which are centred around each beamformer look-direction. • sparta_matrixconv – A basic matrix convolver with an optional partitioned convolution mode. The user need only specify the number of inputs and load the filters via a wav file. • sparta_multiconv – A basic multi-channel convolver with an optional partitioned convolution mode. Unlike “MatrixConv”, this plug-in does not perform any matrixing. Instead, each input channel is convolved with the respective filter; i.e. numInputs = numFilters = numOutputs. • sparta_panner – A frequency-dependent 3-D panner using the VBAP method (up to 64 inputs and outputs). • sparta_powermap – A sound-field visualisation plug-in based on ambisonic signals as input (up to 7th order), with PWD/MVDR/MUSIC/Min-Norm options. • sparta_rotator – A flexible ambisonic rotator (up to 7th order) with head-tracking support via OSC messages. • sparta_sldoa – A frequency-dependent sound-field visualiser (up to 7th order), based on depicting the direction-of-arrival (DoA) estimates derived from spatially localised active-intensity vectors. The low frequency estimates are shown with blue icons, mid-frequencies with green, and high-frequencies with red. • sparta_spreader – An arbitrary array (e.g. HRIRs or microphone array IRs) panner with coherent and incoherent spreading options.
The COMPASS suite: • compass_binaural – A binaural ambisonic decoder (up to 3rd order input) based on the parametric COMPASS model, with a built-in SOFA loader and head-tracking support via OSC messages. • compass_binauralVR – Same as the compass_binaural plugin, but also supporting listener translation around the receiver position and support for multiple simultaneous listeners. • compass_decoder – A parametrically enhanced loudspeaker ambisonic decoder (up to 3rd order input). • compass_gravitator – A parametric sound-field focussing plug-in. • compass_sidechain – A plug-in that manipulates the spatial properties of one Ambisonic recording based on the spatial analysis of a different recording. • compass_spatedit – A flexible spatial editing plug-in. • compass_tracker – A multiple target acoustic tracker which can optionally steer a beamformer towards each target. • compass_upmixer – An Ambisonic upmixer (1-3rd order input, 2-7th order output).
The HO-DirAC suite: • hodirac_binaural – A binaural ambisonic decoder (up to 3rd order input) based on the parametric HO-DirAC model, with a built-in SOFA loader and head-tracking support via OSC messages. • hodirac_decoder – A parametrically enhanced loudspeaker ambisonic decoder (up to 3rd order input). • hodirac_upmixer – An Ambisonic upmixer (1-3rd order input, 2-7th order output).
Other: • cropac_decoder – A binaural 1st order ambisonic decoder based on the parametric CroPaC model, with a built-in SOFA loader and head-tracking support via OSC messages. • HOSIRR – An Ambisonic room impulse response (RIR) renderer for arbitrary loudspeaker setups, based on the Higher-order Spatial Impulse Response Rendering (HO-SIRR) algorithm;
For some time now the free Tape Bus add-on, designed by gbSound (Germán Bou), has helped many composers, producers and DJs, to profile all kinds of instruments, and vocals, emulating analog circuitry and the connection between tape recorder and mixing console.
This plugin was programmed a few years ago when the 32-bit format was in force, being somewhat uncomfortable at present due to the change to 64-bit format, having to use wrappers to adapt it to current workstations.
Wavesfactory took an interest in my design of the Tape Bus tape saturation algorithm, cooperating on compiling it to 64-bit, on this product only.
Now we can enjoy Tape Bus, both for Mac and Windows, in different DAWs such as Logic Pro 9 and 10, Cubase, Ableton, etc.
Mac: AU, VST and VST3 (32/64 bit). Mac OS 10.7 or higher
Windows: VST and VST3 (32/64 bit). Windows 7 or higher
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