Analog Obsession Room041 v1.1 VST VST3 AU WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)

Room041

First reverb plugin by Analog Obsession!
Not 1:1 modeling based on any device (it’s room reverb plugin) but it has features like famous plate reverb!

Features
Preamp Section

DRIVE: +/-24dB input drive based on tube based reverb line input. Possible to get really dirty or clean reverb!
HPF: Pre-Filter 20 to 100Hz

Reverb Section

Stereo Sep.: Mono to Stereo stereo seperation
Pre-Delay: 0 to 250ms
Decay: 0.1 to 6 sec

Post Eq Section

Low: 20Hz to 2kHz with +/-24dB
High: 200Hz to 20kHz with +/-24dB

Master Section

DRY & WET: 0dB to inf

UPDATE VERSION 1.1 / 21.9.2021

– Added gain compensated DRIVE

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Eplex7 DSP free analog filter and distortion VST plugin 0 (0)

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This VST effect can be used for light analog coloration, to add color and warmth to the tracks, but also for heavy distortions and signal destruction. The plugin can be used with synths, drums, guitars, in mix etc.

It includes 2x over-sampled analog modeled liquid filter and analog type distortion.

The plugin is available as a 32/64-bit VST for Windows.

A valid email address is required for the free download.

Analog Obsession Room041 v1.0 VST VST3 AU WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)

Room041

Room041

First reverb plugin by Analog Obsession!

Not 1:1 modeling based on any device (it’s room reverb plugin) but it has features like famous plate reverb!

Features

Preamp Section

DRIVE: +/-24dB input drive based on tube based reverb line input. Possible to get really dirty or clean reverb!

HPF: Pre-Filter 20 to 100Hz

Reverb Section

Stereo Sep.: Mono to Stereo stereo seperation

Pre-Delay: 0 to 250ms

Decay: 0.1 to 6 sec

Post Eq Section

Low: 20Hz to 2kHz with +/-24dB

High: 200Hz to 20kHz with +/-24dB

Master Section

DRY & WET: 0dB to inf

Available Formats

VST/VST3/AU | Mac 10.9 – 11.X

VST/VST3 | Windows 7 – 8 – 10

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OSS by Analog Obsession – FREE Compressor 0 (0)

OSS

OSS

176 style compressor with improved sidechain section.

Features

– INPUT: Internally compensated input with 0 to 60dB range

– OUTPUT (dB): -30 to 30

– ATTACK (ms): 0.1 to 2

– RELEASE (ms): 27 to 572

– RATIO: 2, 4, 8, 12

– MIX (%): DRY to WET

– HPF / DETECTOR (Hz): 20 to 500

– MIDF / DETECTOR (Hz): 500 to 10k

– MIDG / DETECTOR (dB): -6 to 6

– HF / DETECTOR: High Frequency compression. 0 to -16 dB

– EXT-SC: External Sidechain

– INTERSTAGE: Engaging interstage transformers

– 4x oversampling (ANALOG OBSESSION LOGO: Oversampling. It will turn to red when oversampling is engaged. Also, show you a notification.)

18/8/2021 – v5.0 Update

– Improved DSP and circuit design

– Added 4x oversampling

– Readout for knobs

– Catalina & Big Sur (Intel/M1) support

Available Formats

VST/VST3/AU | Mac 10.9 – 11.X

VST/VST3 | Windows 7 – 8 – 10

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Shape by Audec 0 (0)

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Overview
Shape is a simple waveshaper/wavefolder effect that has 5 shaping curves, Hard Clip, Soft Clip, Tube, Triangle, and Sine.

 

User Interface
  • Scope
    • The scope visualizes shaping curve (transfer function) that maps Input and output values to the horizontal and vertical axes, respectively.
      The darker orange color line visualizes the shaping curve.
      The brighter orange color line visualizes the range of the audio signal.
      The shape selector selects the shaping curve.
  • Input
    • The Input control adjusts the amount of gain. Increasing the amount of gain produces more harmonics.
  • Bias
    • The bias control adjusts the amount of bias. The bias creates asymmetrical distortion, producing warm even harmonics.
  • Dry/Wet
    • The dry/wet control adjusts the balance of the dry and wet signal.
  • Output
    • The Output control adjusts the output volume.
  • Oversampling
    • The Oversampling chooser selects the oversampling factor. Oversampling reduces alias noise caused by nonlinear effects such as saturator, overdrive, distortion, and clipper. Increasing the oversampling factor can reduce alias noise more, but increases CPU load and latency.

Operating the controls
  • Fine-tune the knob
    • To fine-tune the knob, hold down the shift key and drag the knob.
  • Reset the knob
    • To reset the knob to the default value, double-click the knob.

System Requirements
  • VST3/AU – macOS 10.11 – 11 (Intel/Apple Silicon) 64-bit
  • VST3 – Windows 10 64-bit

https://audec-music.com/shape/

BabyDrummer by Rose Hill Tribe 0 (0)

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BabyDrummer is a versatile and easy-to-use VST3 pattern-based drum sequencer.

You design your patterns, make some variations and set the play order. You will be surprised how little effort is needed to make a great rhythm. You can design and play back your drum patterns in an arbitrary order.

BabyDrummer does not have a built in drum sampler so you need to use one in conjunction with it.

https://www.rosehilltribe.com

Fugue State Audio Spectral Destroyer free audio-mangling/FSU plugin 0 (0)

spectraldestroyer

Spectral Destroyer is an audio-mangling/FSU plugin designed around spectral processing. It uses pitch-shifting and delay to do what it does, but isn’t really designed to be either of those things. It is designed more for audio destruction and feedback effects.

https://www.fstateaudio.com/plugins/fsa-spectraldestroyer.zip

Samplab VST3 AU WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)

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Revolutionary audio sample editing.
When you drag and drop an audio file into the plugin, it is sent to our server for processing. Once this is completed, you recieve the result with all the notes in the audio seperated. In order to edit the notes, we generate a MIDI file that you can drag into the Samplab track. From now on, the plugin acts like a virtual instrument: It gets the MIDI events as input from your DAW and plays the (edited) notes. If you don’t make any changes to the MIDI, the result should sound the same as the original audio. Of course, you can also just use the MIDI file for other things.

The Samplab Plugin should be compatible with most DAW’s that support the VST3 or AU plugin formats. It has been verified to work with Ableton Live (10.1 or higher) and FL Studio on Windows and Mac.

An Internet connection is only required to transform new audio files. Once the result is received, you can use and manipulate it indefinitely without being connected to the Internet.

The playback speed of the notes is determined by the tempo of the MIDI files. When you upload a new audio, we estimate its tempo. You can adjust this estimate by changing the “Estimated BPM” in the plugin. For the change to take effect, you have to drag the MIDI file into your DAW again.”

https://samplab.com

 

Wavegrove Vastaus v1.1.3 Germanium x64 x86 VST VST3 AU WIN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)

1.1.0

Vastaus is a high-end fixer.
Vastaus lives on instrument channels, buses and it is known to have been spotted on the master channel too. Feel free to use and abuse it. Try to add an EQ before Vastaus and push the highs way overboard and how Vastaus reacts.

It is at it’s most neutral at Input Gain and Tame at 0, at which time it brings down and blocks overly harsh high frequencies present in vocal esses, smooths cymbals, guitars and pretty much anything you throw at it.

Increasing Tame brings enhances that effect, but also brings in more options with the React switch, as well as with the Bias setting. React is a mode, where Tame starts to let through some transients in a really interesting way, bringing out more detail and clarity, but still smoothing the sound. With Bias, you can further control the sound by limiting the effect to either the positive or negative side of the audio samples, generating harmonics in the process. I have heard this referred to as silky, and apparently some well-known hardware unit makers use a process similar to this.

Lastly there is Gain. With the Input Gain, you control the overall signal boost you get going into the thing, while the Output Gain works as a pad, with 100% level adding no additional volume. Boosting the input gain can bring additional high end to the signal after taming it, which is especially useful with instruments such as the electric guitar. In conjunction with the use of the Bias knob, Vastaus can even act as a leveling tool, which also boosts and extends the high end frequencies far above where they ended in the original signal.

Use the Wet knob to blend the changed signal with the original in whatever way you want.

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The Bad Contact VST concept by Rawoltage Audio 0 (0)

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The Bad Contact VST concept.

While most sound designers hate when knobs and switches crackle and create noise, we felt there was potential in these flaws. One can create interesting musical tones or individual works with them. It just depends on your imagination and the FX chain. Get creative and try the 50/60 Hz hum of the transformer, the harsh crackling while turning the big knob, or the popping sound of the power button. By increasing the voltage, you can strengthen the crackling.

Try the demo version before buying.

ATTENTION! TEST QUIETLY IN THE BEGINNING.

https://rawoltage.com/funny-stuff/